Now you see me….From invisible owls to peeping giraffes these stunning images show how nature’s stealthiest creatures use their camouflage to disappear in plain sight
Before and after photos reveal how clever creatures use their camouflage to remain hidden in plain sightPictures include an almost invisible owl inside a tree cavity defending nest from any oncoming predatorsMeanwhile, a bizarre-looking fish is snapped lurking below the sand and rearing its head above the surfaceWildlife snapper Villager Jim, who has won many photographer awards, captured the amazing images
Stunning images have been released showing how nature’s stealthiest creatures hide in plain sight using their camouflage.
From peeping giraffes to camouflaged lizards, the before and after pictures reveal how the animals manage to blend in with their surroundings.
In one shot, an owl is almost invisible whilst protecting her nest in a tree.
While nestled inside a tree cavity, the female owl has camouflaged itself to defend its nest from any incoming predators.
Meanwhile, a bizarre-looking fish cuts a terrifying sight when it was snapped lurking below the sand on the ocean bed.
A leopard uses camouflage to hide itself among the rocky surface in the stunning images that were recently released
A bird blends into the shrubbery. The photographer won the British Wildlife Photography Awards 2013/2014
An owl blends into the tree branch behind as it turns its head. The photos were taken by wildlife photographer Villager Tim
A hen pheasant hides among the autumn grass in Whitby, Goathland North, Yorkshire
In one shot, an owl is almost invisible whilst protecting her nest in a tree, with its brown fur blending into the background
The body of an impala hangs from a tree as it defends itself from the predator leopard waiting in the grass below
At first glance you may just see patterns in the sand but look a little closer and this is actually the mind-boggling image of a practically invisible fish rearing its head.
In another shot a perfectly camouflaged bird blends perfectly into a stone ridge so well that you have to squint to see it.