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Can you spot the beetle hiding in plain sight? Scientists find new camouflage technique

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Can you spot the beetle hiding in plain sight? Scientists find new camouflage technique

The Telegraph - By Sarah Knapton

Brightly coloured beetles are not just gaudy to attract a mate, but their shiny surfaces actually work as camouflage to deter predators, a new study has shown. While male peacocks display colourful feathers to show off, and monarch butterflies use their wings to signal predators they carry a toxin, …

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