Nature’s Stealth Technology at Work: Owl Camouflage

 

If you are a Star Trek fan, then you’ve probably heard about cloaking.  If you follow weapons technology, you’re probably aware of stealth technology and advancements in camouflage.  What you probably don’t know is just how well Nature achieves cloaking, technology, and stealth in the animal world.  The owl is a great example of nature’s camouflage and stealth at work.  Take a look at these examples, I think you’ll be amazed.

 

Attribution for photos:

eoiarucasadvancedoneLizard Martini, PABS, strange travel, wikipedia, Marianna Armata, pathatch.com,

Vladamir Popov / Uhaiun, Reggie Tidwell, Bob MacDonnell, Irawan Subingar, Nathan Lovas,

Michael and Richard Webster, bugtrumpet, pbase, Rum Village Park, usaanimallovers.com, Simon Litten,

indulgy.com, Terry Townshend, David Lingard

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