is the method which allows an otherwise visible object to remain indiscernible from the surrounding environment. Examples include a Camouflage tiger's stripes and the fatigues of a modern soldier. Camouflage is a form of deception.
Camouflage in nature [ edit ]
See also Category:Animal camouflage
Striped pyjama squid, Australia
Uroplatus sikorae (Gecko)
Tawny Frogmouth blends in with colour and texture of tree bark
Two stone flounders (Kareius bicoloratus) blend into their environment.
Kakapo Pounamu, camouflaged on a shrubbery.
A flounder camouflaged on gravel
Rosalia on a crack in the wood
Protective Mimicry Among Insects
Lizard merges into the background earth
Camouflage in military [ edit ]
German flecktarn camouflage
Camouflage desert pattern on Russian T-shirt
Desert pattern camouflage material
Disruptive Pattern Material (DPM) Combat 95 used in clothing and equipment for the British Armed Forces
Marine sniper, Ghillie suit, 1988
British soldier during Operation Desert Shield, 1991
Curved knee strike to the midsection
T-6 Texan in desert camouflage, Australia, 2005
Chines soldiers poorly armed
Members of an American patrol, Battle of the Bulge, Luxembourg, 1944
Secretary Rice and soldiers
BMP-1 vehicle, Afghanistan
MG Bunker der Anlage Fuchsegg
A camouflage suit for a sniper.
Two female war workers make camouflage nets in a warehouse, somewhere in Britain. 1943
Camouflaged Mobile Control Tower in use at Appledram, Sussex between 1943 and 1945
Camouflage in art [ edit ]
Editions [ edit ]
copied cover. The former Nazi-German propaganda was replaced by Soviet propaganda for German soldiers, 1941