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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 ANIMAL IDENTITY THEFT By: Jagger Tanner STEALIDENTITIES? Did you know thatsome animals one example is the MIMIC OCTOPUS Another example: THE CHAMELEON Contrary topopular belief,CHAMELEONSchange coloraccording totheir MOOD it has CHROMATOPHORESthat allow it to impersonate15 types of creatures. These are only 2 of theseMANY, MANY animal identity thiefs Fact#1 Fact#2 Fact#3 FUN FACT:Mimic Octopi have the ability to mimic more than just ANIMALS http://thestarryeye.typepad.com/.a/6a00d8341cdd0d53ef010536de7e1a970b-320wi http://cache1.asset-cache.net/gc/85195705-multi-colored-chameleon-imitatingrainbowgettyimages.jpgv=1&c=IWSAsset&k=2&d=ABv7yyzjWZPaP55iX2B3MtlCTwcJ3sbvHBXbkoS3k4%3D "Thaumoctopus mimicus, is a species of octopus capable of impersonating other local species and/or predators." "The mimic octopus possesses chromatophores as well as the unique behaviour of taking shape of various objects and animals." fact#4 http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_XdP6Lp2ceqY/TUqu5CQxMxI/AAAAAAAAlZM/Cs4slNZNlL8/s1600/o1.PNG Scott M. Boback & Lynn M. Siefferman (2010). "Variation in Color and Color Change in Island and Mainland Boas (Boa constrictor)". Journal of Herpetology 44 (4): 506515 Fact#5 Fact#6 "Instead of blending in with the background, octopuses hide from predators by taking on the shape and color of specific objects in their environment, new research suggests." http://www.livescience.com/20539-octopus-successful-camouflage.html Fact#7 Believe it or not, this is an OCTOPUS! http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v350/n6318/abs/350497a0.html "One website claims that the viceroy does not use thebatesian form of mimicry." http://www.enature.com/articles/detail.asp?storyID=600 "The viceroy butterfly has an adaptation whereit looks like the poisonous monarch, so thatbirds won't want to eat it." Fact#8 "The Monarch is not the only species that has imitators." Fact#9 "Among the Pipevine Swallowtail's mimics are female Black, Tiger, and Spicebush Swallowtails, the female Diana Fritillary, and the Red-spotted Purple." FACT#10! http://www.nhptv.org/natureworks/viceroy.htm "The difference between viceroys and monarchscolor is that monarchs are brown and white. Viceroys are dark orange and black." "The two butterflies use mullerian mimicry." http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Monarch_Viceroy_Mimicry_Comparison.jpg http://www.entomon.net/viceroy-monarch-butterfly-mimicry.shtml "The reason that monarchs are poisonousis because they eat milkweed, which is poisonous to birds, when they are caterpillars."
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