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How butterflies make transparent wings: Scientists see the invisible – Phys.org

Many animals have evolved camouflage tactics for self-defense, but some butterflies and moths have taken it even further: They’ve…

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Many animals have evolved camouflage tactics for self-defense, but some butterflies and moths have taken it even further: They’ve developed transparent wings, making them almost invisible to predators.
A team led by Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL) scientists…

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