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Re: evasive, camouflaged flocking

Camouflage works not only by giving an animal (or camouflaged object)a similar coloration as its surroundings, but by breaking up its visual outline as well. If animal's coloration is similar in value to its surroundings, then these camouflage concepts could still work for animals seeing monochromatically.

--Kevin Hedgpeth

Randy King said:
"There are a number of animals that are color blind and have
markings.  The colorations affect the prey and preditors in many

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