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Animal Camouflage

This course will explore the evolution and maintenance of camouflage in animals with emphasis on the adaptive significance of different forms of camouflage including background matching, obliterative shading, disruptive coloration, dazzle camouflage, and masquerade. Students completing the course will be able to recognize forms of camouflage by name, understand how they function from the perspective of would be predators and prey, and understand the scientific methods that have helped uncover the biology of animal camouflage.

Section

F 02

Day/Time

MW 12:00 - 12:50

Professor

Ben Skipper

Dept.

Biology / CRN 12923