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No, the image above isn't just a stack of sticks, but there's actually a cleverly disguised buff-tip moth in the middle. The Buff-tip is found throughout Europe and a fairly large, heavy-bodied species with a wingspan of 55-68 mm. The forewings are grey with a large prominent buff patch at the apex. As the thoracic hair is also buff, the moth resembles a broken twig when at rest. The hindwings are creamy-white. Continue reading for more animals that have perfected camouflage.


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