Marine life must adopt an array of disguises if they are to keep out of trouble. From sand-skimming flounders with their chameleon-like skin to pigment seahorses virtually undetectable nestled in sea fans, their ability to impersonate and deceive are critical to evading the predators of the deep.
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Tags: flounders, pigment seahorses, predators, Marine life, masters of disguise, Indonesia, BBC
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