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Photos: Coral and king snakes - Nathan Cohen/Visuals Unlimited; leopard, tiger, zebra, polar bear - National Zoological Park, Smithsonian Institute; snowy owl - Jessie Cohen/National Zoological Park, Smithsonian Institute; Leaf-mimicing katydid, wasp-mimicing katydid, tree crab mantid - James L. Castner; treehopper - Valorie Hodgeson/Visuals Unlimited; walking stick - Peter Tyson; spider mimicing moth - Kjell Sandved/Visuals Unlimited.


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