It’s obviously not a chameleon, since I can see it.
I’m sure it doesn’t look like–Holy crap that otter looks just like Tracy Morgan.
The vultures. They search for the leftovers of the hard work of others in an attempt to get an easy meal. Sometimes, one just has to do what is necessary to keep the vultures at bay.
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If you haven’t already noticed Owls are taking over the Internet, they have somehow become the new bacon or cats. This latest trend has me screaming “YAY”, cause owls are amazing creatures that have awesome expressions which can play tricks on the eye, like this lil’ fellow who looks like Gandalf from Lord of the Rings.
This is what I would assume would happen if an Ewok and an Owl mated. I think the artist did too.
It is pretty awesome when you can catch nature in its pure glory, much like this video does. It happened in Indonesia, when a Black Marble Jawfish (a specific fish that mimics the colors of other fish species for protection) comes across a Mimic Octopus. As you will see its colors are different until it comes in contact with the Octopus and they mimic each other. This is rather unusual to capture since the Jawfish usually spends most of its life buried in sand, so this epic video piece clearly shows that even in nature, even when you think no one is watching, owning still happens, perhaps it originated long before the Internet coined the term, these two sea creatures sure make you wonder.