Spotted! ... or striped? or speckled? These 15 animals win nature's round of hide-and-go-seek.
That's not a pile of spilled glitter: it's a small-toothed flounder, blending in with the sand below.
Check again before you bite into these Flaming Hots. Turns out, they're not Cheetos OR coral. See if you can spot the two pygmy seahorse hiding here.
Watch your step! There's a bush thick-knee bird in there using its "stick posture" to hide from predators.
See something, say something. Too bad I can hardly see something. Supposedly there's a Praying Mantis hiding on this tree trunk, ready to catch some smaller insects.
Anyone seen a fuzzy looking things with eight legs? Anyone? It is brown and white and blends in well with tree bark. Goes by the name of Bark Spider.
Rock my world, little lizard. The horned lizard hides among the wildflowers and the dry rocks here in Tucson, Arizona.
I think she just wants us to leaf her alone... The Brown Mantella frog uses her leaf-like coloring to stay safe on the forest ground.
Now you see him... now you don't. Unless you never saw him, which would be very understandable. A leaf-tailed gecko is hanging out on this tree trunk.
This Great Potoo has not only a great name, but also a great look for remaining unseen.
Just your every day shot of twigs, stones and dirt! Oh, and one more thing, a Tuva toad-head agama lizard somewhere, too.
Leaf it to this guy to have the best hiding spot ever. A leaf insect camouflages in with the guava fruit plant here in Indonesia.
Butterfly, but where? The orange-barred sulphur blends in perfectly with some orange foliage.
I'm going to need a stronger antenna to sort out this signal. There's a glaucous cracker butterfly sitting on this tree trunk somewhere.
Ever get the feeling that the pond is watching you? This Pac-Man frog bumpy green look camouflages right in.
Does this sand look extra wiggly to you? That might be the fluttering Speckled Sole hiding out on the ground.