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(This book is currently a Best Seller on Amazon) The 33 Camouflaged Animals Camouflage is the way for animals to blend into the environment to hide, and it is *** way more than changing colors! **** For example: - To mimic beautiful flowers, dead leaves, or thorny twigs! - To change the color, texture, and pattern! - To cover the body with tiny rocks or living, toxic sponges! - (This book is currently a Best Seller on Amazon) The 33 Camouflaged Animals Camouflage is the way for animals to blend into the environment to hide, and it is *** way more than changing colors! **** For example: - To mimic beautiful flowers, dead leaves, or thorny twigs! - To change the color, texture, and pattern! - To cover the body with tiny rocks or living, toxic sponges! - To become absolutely transparent! - To reflect the light 100%, or to light up! - And a lot, lot more... - Read now to learn all the Unbelievable Facts! - ***New:*** This book has multiple, large photos for each animal to show you the eye-popping facts on how the SAME animal can look completely DIFFERENT! - Look Inside the Book Now to See a Brand-new Animal World Today! Here's what you will see in this amazing book: ================================================= #30. Decorator Crabs Decorator crabs can NOT change colors. But they stick stuff to their bodies to hide, such as: Tiny rocks Colorful sponges Living, toxic sponges ... #27. Anglerfish The anglerfish doesn’t camouflage to hide, but to hunt. It has a little fishing rod growing from its forehead. The anglerfish lights up its fishing rod and wiggles it to mimic a small marine animal. When other sea creatures come to eat the “small animal”, they get eaten by the anglerfish. ... #21. Firefly Squids Firefly squids live in the deep sea (up to 1,200 feet). They produce light to match the background and therefore become invisible. This camouflage is called “counter-illumination”. ... #19. Common Cuckoos Common Cuckoos lay their eggs in other birds’ nests to be hatched. The cuckoo’s egg (the big one) looks very similar to the reed warbler’s eggs so that it won’t be rejected. This camouflage of mimicking the look of eggs is called “mimesis”. The BIG, young cuckoo is then raised by the host mother too - the smaller reed warbler in this photo. #18. Zebras Zebras use stripes to confuse lions. When they run, the stripes make it hard for lions to tell the speed and direction. This is called the “motion dazzle” camouflage. ... #1. Horned Lizards Horned lizards use camouflage to hide. If the camouflage fails, they puff up the body to look bigger. Finally, they shoot blood up to 5 feet at the enemy from their eyes. ================================================= This picture book uses large, real-life photos instead of the regular hand-drawings to get your little ones' attention right away. The unbelievable facts, as well as the the breath-taking photos showing how the same animal can look totally different, will keep your kids reading the book till the very end. One fascinating secret reveled in this book is that camouflage is way more than changing colors and shapes to hide. For the first time, the book shows young kids the shocking facts even some adults may not know. For example: - Crabs use colorful stones and living, toxic sponges for their camouflage - The jellyfish lights itself up to disappear in the background light - The giraffe uses its stripes as the "dazzle camouflage" to confuse lions - The cuckoo lays its eggs in other birds' nets to have the host m


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(This book is currently a Best Seller on Amazon) The 33 Camouflaged Animals Camouflage is the way for animals to blend into the environment to hide, and it is *** way more than changing colors! **** For example: - To mimic beautiful flowers, dead leaves, or thorny twigs! - To change the color, texture, and pattern! - To cover the body with tiny rocks or living, toxic sponges! - (This book is currently a Best Seller on Amazon) The 33 Camouflaged Animals Camouflage is the way for animals to blend into the environment to hide, and it is *** way more than changing colors! **** For example: - To mimic beautiful flowers, dead leaves, or thorny twigs! - To change the color, texture, and pattern! - To cover the body with tiny rocks or living, toxic sponges! - To become absolutely transparent! - To reflect the light 100%, or to light up! - And a lot, lot more... - Read now to learn all the Unbelievable Facts! - ***New:*** This book has multiple, large photos for each animal to show you the eye-popping facts on how the SAME animal can look completely DIFFERENT! - Look Inside the Book Now to See a Brand-new Animal World Today! Here's what you will see in this amazing book: ================================================= #30. Decorator Crabs Decorator crabs can NOT change colors. But they stick stuff to their bodies to hide, such as: Tiny rocks Colorful sponges Living, toxic sponges ... #27. Anglerfish The anglerfish doesn’t camouflage to hide, but to hunt. It has a little fishing rod growing from its forehead. The anglerfish lights up its fishing rod and wiggles it to mimic a small marine animal. When other sea creatures come to eat the “small animal”, they get eaten by the anglerfish. ... #21. Firefly Squids Firefly squids live in the deep sea (up to 1,200 feet). They produce light to match the background and therefore become invisible. This camouflage is called “counter-illumination”. ... #19. Common Cuckoos Common Cuckoos lay their eggs in other birds’ nests to be hatched. The cuckoo’s egg (the big one) looks very similar to the reed warbler’s eggs so that it won’t be rejected. This camouflage of mimicking the look of eggs is called “mimesis”. The BIG, young cuckoo is then raised by the host mother too - the smaller reed warbler in this photo. #18. Zebras Zebras use stripes to confuse lions. When they run, the stripes make it hard for lions to tell the speed and direction. This is called the “motion dazzle” camouflage. ... #1. Horned Lizards Horned lizards use camouflage to hide. If the camouflage fails, they puff up the body to look bigger. Finally, they shoot blood up to 5 feet at the enemy from their eyes. ================================================= This picture book uses large, real-life photos instead of the regular hand-drawings to get your little ones' attention right away. The unbelievable facts, as well as the the breath-taking photos showing how the same animal can look totally different, will keep your kids reading the book till the very end. One fascinating secret reveled in this book is that camouflage is way more than changing colors and shapes to hide. For the first time, the book shows young kids the shocking facts even some adults may not know. For example: - Crabs use colorful stones and living, toxic sponges for their camouflage - The jellyfish lights itself up to disappear in the background light - The giraffe uses its stripes as the "dazzle camouflage" to confuse lions - The cuckoo lays its eggs in other birds' nets to have the host m

27 review for The 33 Hidden (Camouflaged) Animals: A Kids' Learn to Read Animal Picture Book with Large and Beautiful Photos (Free Bonus: 30+ Free Online Kids' Jigsaw ... (33 Animals | Animal Fact Books for Kids)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Amber Frechette

    Good for animal lovers Very informative for young animal lovers. While it has some fantastic animals and animal facts the pages are small and hard to see unless double tapped. If the pages were larger, it would be a 5 star read.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Mary

  3. 5 out of 5

    jennifer

  4. 4 out of 5

    Susan Schuck

  5. 5 out of 5

    Michael Yu

  6. 5 out of 5

    Rupali

  7. 5 out of 5

    J.C. Cauthon

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jazmin

  9. 4 out of 5

    Bhaskar Mahajan

  10. 4 out of 5

    Deborah

  11. 4 out of 5

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  12. 5 out of 5

    Hannah Mondal

  13. 5 out of 5

    Jyotsna

  14. 4 out of 5

    Kendra Noble

  15. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca Thomas

  16. 5 out of 5

    Cameron Bowles

  17. 4 out of 5

    Amber

  18. 4 out of 5

    Vikki Dodson

  19. 5 out of 5

    hiyaam fathima sheikh

  20. 4 out of 5

    Brittni

  21. 5 out of 5

    Lynn

  22. 5 out of 5

    OSLIE MURAMBIWA

  23. 4 out of 5

    PINAR

  24. 4 out of 5

    Sameh Tawifk

  25. 4 out of 5

    jose cervantes

  26. 5 out of 5

    tacarra

  27. 5 out of 5

    Giordano Gaetano

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