Three-spot Frogfish

The frogfish uses camouflage to hide from predators.
Bill & Mark Bell, Flickr

The three-spot frogfish (Lophiocharon trisignatus), seen here off the coast of Western Australia, looks like it might just be a rock or a part of the sea floor! Frogfish use various methods of camouflage such as their rough shape, color changes and even inflation to hide from their predators. The male of this species carries clusters of eggs on its side while they develop. 

Tags: Camouflage