Andrea Dede
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No Bark, No Bite, but Lots of Fluff: Meet the Poodle Moth

This is the recently discovered poodle moth photographed by taxonomist Dr Arthur Anker during a recent trip to Venezuela. Poodle moth isn't its official name though, that's just what people are calling it until it can be properly classified.

leaf insect Phyllium giganteum. The Walking Leaf Insect is one of the most remarkable leaf mimics in the animal kingdom. It occurs from Southeast Asia to Australia. Leaf insects use camouflage to take on the appearance of leaves. They can be as long as 7 inches.

Walking Leaf insect- Phyllium giganteum, up to long, one of the most remarkable leaf mimics in the animal kingdom. It occurs from Southeast Asia to Australia.

Lichen Katydid

IT'S AN INSECT! Lichen Katydid (Markia Hystrix) by Reza Hashemizadeh, projectnoal: Amazing camouflage! Not a mushroom or fungus, or lichen but I thought you would enjoy this little guy.

Recuperandose <3

This precious little kangaroo joey was rescued from a forest fire. Isn't he adorable? At first, I thought he was wearing tiny little diapers, but then I thought to myself, "don't be silly. he's a baby kangaroo, so those must be under-roos".