Wow, robber fly, what green eyes you have!
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Sometimes it is easy being green. The Madagascar day gecko blends in with plants, helping it hide from predators—and hide itself from unsuspecting prey.
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Three-toed sloths move so slowly that algae grows on their fur, giving them a greenish hue.
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The clutch of eggs in this mantis shrimp's arms will someday be full-grown adults that are shockingly green.
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Green eggs and … frog? This see-through glass frog is so strange it could come from the mind of Dr. Seuss!
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Sporting beautiful green wings, the luna moth gets its name from its four spots that look like little moons. (Luna comes from the Latin word for moon.)
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Keep your cool around the Mangshan pit viper—the venomous snake can sense the body heat of predators and prey.
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Watch your step! The cup moth caterpillar’s green spines can deliver a painful sting.
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