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Does a fox mimicry?
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Difference between aggressive and protective mimicry?
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What is the difference between camouflage and mimicry?
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Who is the top one mimicry artist in andhra pradesh?
How is mimicry and camouflage alike?
Why is mimicry a good adaptation for an animal to have?
What does 'mimicry' mean in the animal world?
In evolutionary terms, mimicry is the similarity of one species to another that provides benefit for one or both species. This can include similarities in things like; appearance, behaviour or scent. An example of this is a harmless butterfly which mimics the patterns of a poisonous butterfly so that predators stay away. This form of mimicry is known as Batesian mimicry.