There is not much I can say right now having seen the image of the wrap-around spider for the first time. I believe I will now officially stop touching tree limbs forever. And ever.

Time to add more species to the list of animals who have perfected the art of camouflage. Known as the wrap-around spidersDolophones is a genus of spider found primarily in Australia and Oceania. The genus contains 17 species known for their abilities to blend seamlessly into their surroundings during the day by wrapping themselves around twigs or flattening against tree bark.

Most wrap-around spiders have an upper abdomen shaped like an inverted disk, composed of smaller disks with slits in them. This allows the spider to perfectly wrap itself around branches during the day, fooling potential predators. When night falls, the spiders become more active, spinning webs in between trees.

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