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She would hide it to save it from would-be predators. Perhaps she hid it the same reason some cats hid dead birds, there is not logical reason becasue no one can speak cat an…d ask her why
Koalas grey color helps them blend in with the trunks and olive green foliage of eucalyptus trees. Their shape, however, tends to not help them hide well...they are quit…e chunky in build. They don't move very much and are quite slow when they do, so that is an aid to avoiding detection.
I think that a mother cat would hide her kittens under a blanket in bed I mean or maybe somewhere cozy warm and dry my cat had her kits in my bed 2 times but it could be diffe…rent for all cats i dont know
It totally depends on the cat and what that cat likes. Some cats like to hide in dark places like under the couch or in the basement. If it is cold out they might like to hide… in the covers if it is warm they might hide in a cooler place like the basement. You just have to figure out where your cat likes to hide and then you will know the places to look when you have lost him.
Most parrots camoflage into trees that they have adapted to. For example, the 'green grass parrot' will camoflage into green grass or trees its colour.
cats mostly hide if they are scared or if they are trying to defend themselves
They cannot change the color of their coat in order to blend into their surroundings, if that's what you mean, but some cats' fur are colored in a way that they are nearly cam…ouflaged, so, the answer is yes!
no you fool cats can't camouflage they can hide in tall grass and stuff but they dont have camouflage
To protect them. Much like when she feels very threatened she will run off with them.
They don't exactly hide, per se, they blend in with each other as a group to confuse predators.
Yes, but some types more than others. The light blue/gray color of most dolphins does help them partially but they also have very powerful tail muscles and can change directio…n very quickly. They really only have three main predators, Orcas (Killer Whales) Sharks, and People in some places. Basically yes they do but mostly to hide from their own prey! :)
camouflage helps rabbits survive by blending into their surroundings.
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Tigers are world-renowned for the camouflage-effect of their coat. Yes, some big and domestic cats are.