A native of Sri Lanka, India, and Southeast Asia, the common baron is a butterfly. A single Baron caterpillar hatches from underneath a leaf, as this is the specialized area where a female Baron lays its egg. Baron caterpillars evolved their shape to avoid predators. This improves their odds of surviving, becoming a butterfly, and reproducing.
Spiders that look like crabs, fish camouflaged to appear invisible, or even fish that can fly, are just some of the wonders of mother nature. Whether it’s escaping predators or courting a female, some animals have developed such extraordinary bodies and adaptations over time that they could make any plastic surgeon jealous.
We at GIGGAG have asked Mother Nature to show us some of her most transformative animals and here is the result.