How Animals Camouflage in Ranthambore By:Sophia Lastova 5wg

Hi. My name is Sophia and I'm a fifth grader in AES. My class went on a school trip to ranthambore. Now I'm going to teach you about animals we saw in ranthambore!

I decided to do how animals camouflage in Ranthambore because we saw a lot of crocodiles, owls, and tigers but they were very challenging to see because they camouflaged so well.

In these photos they are tigers, you may have a hard time finding them. This is because they camouflage so well. They camouflage so well because of their fur. It blends in so well with the grass because the fur is so similar to it. Also their dark black stripes break up the out line of their pale fur.

In these photos there

are crocodiles which you also may have a hard time seeing. Because crocodiles are so good at camouflaging because of their skin. Especially in Ranthambore their skin matches perfectly with the water and the land.

Now if we look at the color of the spotted owlets, and then the color of the branch, they are the exact same which helps the owls camouflage. Also the owls have marks on them and so does the tree.

Now this white throated king fisher is the opposite of camouflage.

It's the opposite because the king fishers colors are so bright and they do not match the king fishers surroundings.

Thank you for listening to my presentation and I hope you learned a lot about it! Overall, I think camouflage is important to have because it helps you not get eaten, and to find food to eat. I hope that you can some day visit a forest or park and notice how amazing their camouflage is, because I found that out when I went to Ranthambore.

Thank you!!

Photos From: Teachers/Chaprones from the trip!

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