Legless land fish uses camouflage to protect itself

A legless fish that leaps to move on land uses camouflage to hide itself from predators.

Researchers found that Pacific leaping blennies blend into the rocks on Guam to avoid being attacked by other land animals.

Researchers are studying these animals in an effort to understand the transition from living in water to on the land.

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