camouflage

This little guy is giving Harry Houdini a run for his money.
Previous research suggested that the color change resulted from shifting skin pigments. That's something known to occur in
The Camo flavor is already on sale, but in honor of Veteran's Day on November 11, Baskin Robins will donate 10 cents from
Not so long ago, one of my photo-pals found a pink grasshopper. To be very honest: his special find made me a little bit jealous.After all it is just about the closest thing to a pink elephant!
Oh, Youth...When everything we tried on fit perfectly and going shopping was easy and fun...When clothes were measured by how much of our lithe young bodies we can show off to the world, or at least to the ogling eyes of the male species: Strapless tops, shorts, mini skirts, plunging necklines, armless dresses.
All the mantis has to do is wait for prey to approach her attractive pink and white body before going for the kill. It is
Think about how much $5 billion could buy in education and re-integration and counseling and all the other things our returning soldiers need. Nobody is going to care who looked cooler than whom in Iraq and Afghanistan - or Vietnam for that matter.
That explains the amount of greasy goop Liu applies onto his face and hands before they're painted to match carefully chosen
As a long row of camouflage-clad U.S. soldiers lined the courtroom wall, lawyers for the five September 11 defendants argued this morning that their clients should also be allowed to wear camouflage or other military-style clothing in the courtroom if they wanted to.
Check out how the stylish people on the street of New York are wearing their jackets this fall. New York Fashion Week is
There was no way I could ignore this story. I had to break my rule for this one. I'm completely in awe. To quote another Montana state trooper, "This is one of the dumbest things I've ever seen."
The octopus is well-known for its shape-shifting abilities, and can change not only its shape, but also its color and texture
Ah, camo pants: after a big revival in the '90s, the military-cribbed print sort of fell by the wayside. Are you digging
So when a predator with its own "flashlight" -- like the headlight fish -- shines its bluish light at either one of these
How cool would it be to blend into the background sometimes? These animals use their powers of camouflage to catch prey, to
This is the first known case of an exotic plant that "pretends" to be ill as an evolutionary advantage in order to avoid