How camouflage help an animal?
Well camouflage helps an animal blend into its environment, and it helps them not get eaten by their predators, and animals with camouflage are usually harder to find, for example the chameleon.
Camouflage is an adaptation because it helps the organisms to survive without being prey to other animals or organisms. Adaptations help an animal to survive so having camouflage helps the animal not to be eaten!
Camouflage helps an animal to be disguised as if it were the surrounding objects. This way the pray can hide from the predator and be able to survive longer because it wasn't found and eaten by the animal hunting it.
Adaptations like camouflage, body temperature, and smell. An example of an animal that has camouflage is a chameleon.
safe from praetor and hard to find it from it praetor
animals have camouflage skin to help hide from predators
it helps the animal with the camouflage hide from the predator
Camouflage disguises the animal so that predators and/or enemies can't find it; Mimicry makes the animal look like a more dangerous animal so that a predator and/or enemy will keep it's distance.
There are a lot of examples of how certain abilities would help an animal in the wild avoid a predator. One is camouflage.
how does camouflage help a jaguar survive
In tall, golden savannah grass, the coloring and stripes act as camouflage.
Hibernation, storing up lots of food, and camouflage.
No, for example deer: they have their antlers and hooves to help them but they also have their camouflage to help them. They usually run away from their predators but if one stood up to the predator they would use their antlers and hooves.
It can help the animal camouflage in the terrain. By camouflaging (blending in) it will have a greater chance of stalking up on prey-- which then means more food-- and it will have a less chance of being caught by predators.
Camouflage is a survival adaptation by which an animal blends in and is hidden in its surroundings. The gaboon viper is an example of an animal that uses camouflage.
camouflage or mimicry
It hides the animal
Nope because the animals get hungry and if the chameleon camouflages it will make the animal starve. But it helps the chameleon survive.
If they animal is a carnivore, camouflage helps it stay undetected by its prey, however, if it is a prey, camouflaging helps the animal to stay undetected by the predator. Animals need camouflage in order to hide from their predators. For example: Hen Pheasants are brown so when they are nesting in the tall brown grass they are harder for hunters and predators to see. It can hide them from their enemies (that is the… Read More
when the animal is under attack
this question has the word best in it, therefore it is an opinion. my opinion is that the diamondback rattle snake has the best camouflage. but it all depends on the habitat and the animal
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when they camouflage, their predators will not notice them, so they will not eat them.
Camouflage can help fish in two ways, to protect them from predators or to sneak attack their prey.
Different animals have different survival instincts that help them to survive in the wild. Some animals have the ability to camouflage themselves and hide from predators.
camouflage yes because if you cant camouflage your self like a lizard can then you will probably get ate or killed by the predator or person or animal that likes to eat that animal.
No, fish use camouflage frequently as well to avoid predators
camouflage helps rabbits survive by blending into their surroundings.
because their awesome
a chameleon a chameleon
it heps to hide
it does not even though it could help
Yes, a Leopard's camouflage helps it while it stalks its prey.
an animal that uses camauflage to escape from their enemy.give reason
escape from predators
lots of animals do not. poisonous frogs do not.
The camoflage matches the animals skin/pigment to the surrounding environment/foliage. Thus, keeping the animal hidden and safe from preditors.
When an animal is camouflaged, it helps hide itself from other predators. Normally camouflages in a forest environment are usually brownish, to blend in with the forest floor, or greenish, to blend in with the trees.
Stripes can be used as camouflage by helping an animal or human blend into their surroundings. This makes it difficult for predators to see them.
camouflage helps animals stay safe from predators and helps them in many ways
to help it camouflage
Well pretty much any animal that has camouflage uses it for protection so animals don't eat them.
Camouflage, helps an insect to blend in with their surroundings; Making it more difficult for predators to catch them.
Camouflage makes it difficult for a predator to find it's prey as it acts as a cover.
Yes octopus are camoflauge in their own way!!!!!
Because they can Dee Dee Dee
The Butterfly, it's very good at camouflage.
So that they can camouflage. When they camouflage, other animals won't see it, then when another animal is near by, it can move quickly and kill it, then eat it.
It helps the frog camouflage ! :)
to help blend in with the enviorment