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This insect is the king of camouflage
It masquerades as a thorn. The Umbonia spinosa is a species of insect, endemic to South America, which excels in the art of camouflage. Thanks to its thorn-shaped beak and its green, yellow and red dress, the animal merges with the leaves of trees to hide from predators. In addition, the Umbonia spinosa uses its beak to pierce the stems of plants to feed on the sap they contain.
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