Can you spot the cleverly camouflaged critters?

Just in time for the holidays, here’s a new batch of animal hide-and-seek. Whether they’re using natural super powers to mimic their surroundings, or just happen to match the background, these two-, four-, and more-legged critters seem to not be present at all. Check out some true minimal visibility masters below. How many can you spot?

We’ll start out with this seemingly easy one. Spotting the first bird isn’t too difficult, but can you find all his friends? Image by Tarique Sani

Seeing where the beach ends and the sand crab begins can be pretty tricky. Image by Kristina D.C. Hoeppner

This yellow fellow finds a floral twin to rest his wings on in Granada Hills. Image by Gregory Han

There’s a Nocturnal Lepidoptera on this granite wall. What’s a Nocturnal Lepidoptera? Well, they look a lot like that wall. Image by WikiCommons

Can you tell the slimy rocks from the camo-frogs? Hint: If you find two, keep going, there’s more. Image by WikiCommons

This Indian Leafwing butterfly deserves a prize for “Most Suitable Name.” Image by WikiCommons

This feathered Tanzanian fauna blends right into the dry savanna flora. Image by WikiCommons

This reef dweller in Indonesia doesn’t seem too happy about being overlooked. Image by Chris Streeter

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