A husband and wife photography team are now so friendly with a family of wild beavers they let them take their portrait. Bettina and Christian Kutschenreiter have spent 10 years making regular visits to the beavers after they interrupted them taking pictures of kingfishers near the city of Rosenheim near Munich, Germany. And now they are able to get up close and personal as the animals recognise their voices when they come to visit.
Picture: Kutschenreiter/Arco/Solent News (via Pictures of the day: 1 October 2014 - Telegraph)
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Many species of insects and spiders have mastered the arts of camouflage and mimicry. These macro photographs, taken by Singaporean photographer Nicky Bay, show the extraordinary lengths that insects and spiders will go to look like something else or simply disappear from view.
Ladybird mimic spider (Paraplectana sp.), viewed from the rear. This spider is red with black spots, similar to the markings found on ladybirds…
…This form of mimicry, in which a harmless species evolves the features of a harmful species as a deterrent against predators is known as Batesian mimicry. True ladybirds are unpalatable to predators.