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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 "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 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." Fact#7 Believe it or not, this is an OCTOPUS! "One website claims that the viceroy does not use thebatesian form of mimicry." "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! "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." "The reason that monarchs are poisonousis because they eat milkweed, which is poisonous to birds, when they are caterpillars."
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