Science has taught us that animals camouflage for survival. Camouflaging is an essential part of life, especially in the wild. It protects preys from being spotted by their predators so they can live long lives. At the same time, it allows predators to stay unnoticed as they wait for the right time to pounce on their prey. Hmm, wait up, Science – if that’s the case, who is actually camouflaging from whom? Could it be that we’re all just ninjas waiting for the right time to go on stealth mode? Hmm, think about it – here are photos of cats (almost perfectly domesticated cats, you can say) with ninja level camouflage skills. If these adorable cats can do it, maybe we can, too. What an exciting possibility! In the meantime, let’s start the week with a fun game of “Spot the Cat”!
1. There’s something about that giant plush toy that looks kind of weird.