How Camouflage Can Protect Prey from Predators
This blog post teaches students how animals use camouflage to protect themselves from predators. It also discusses how similarly the military and paramilitary also use disruptive camouflage to protect themselves, their equipment and vehicles whilst on missions. A video demonstration shows students how they can use what they have learnt to camouflage household items into different surroundings within their local area.
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|Subject(s)||STEM Clubs, Design skills, Science, Biology, STEM Clubs, Design and technology|
|Tags||Biology, predators, prey, camouflage, survival, Habitats, army, military, animals, hunting, Environment|
|Last updated||31 July 2020|
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