12 animals who use camouflage to conceal themselves

Surviving in the wild is no easy feat, but thanks to evolution, many animals evade their predators with a clever deception of the eyes.

Since the beginning of time animals have either adapted or come face-to-face with extinction. Twelve of the creatures featured below are proof that evolution can be just as stunning as it is fascinating.

Now take a break from your stressful day, kick back and enjoy this fun visual search!

Can you spot the creatures below?

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Animals camouflaging themselves

1. Look closely and you may find the small-toothed flounder

(Photo by Auscape/UIG via Getty Images)

2. Two pygmy seahorses are hiding in this photos 

(Photo by Reinhard Dirscherl/ullstein bild via Getty Images)

3. A long-spinnered bark spider is lurking in this photo

 (Photo by Alex Hyde / Barcroft Media / Getty Images)

4. A horned lizard hides among the rocks

(Photo by Wild Horizons/UIG via Getty Images)

5.A Brown mantella frog is easier to spot than the previous images 

 (Photo by Alex Hyde / Barcroft Media / Getty Images)

6. A Leaf-tailed gecko becomes one with the bark

(Photo by Alex Hyde / Barcroft Media / Getty Images)

7. A great potoo blends into a tree 

(Photo by Wolfgang Kaehler/LightRocket via Getty Images)

8. A Tuva toad-head agama hides among the rocks 

 (Photo by Wolfgang Kaehler/LightRocket via Getty Images)

9.This leaf insect is quite the expert at camouflage

 ( Solo Imaji / Barcroft Media / Barcroft Media via Getty Images)

 10. An orange-barred sulphur looks just like a leaf! 

(Photo by Reinhard Dirscherl/ullstein bild via Getty Images)

11. Bark or a cryptic glaucous cracker butterfly ?

 (Photo by Wild Horizons/UIG via Getty Images)

12. A speckled sole blends into the sea floor

( Andrey Nekrasov / Barcroft Image / Barcroft Media via Getty Images)

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