Scorpaenidae (also known as scorpion fish) are a family of mostly marine fish that include many of the world’s most venomous species. These animals have bright colors that help them blend into the reef.
In winter, Arctic foxes have beautiful white coats, which allow them to blend in with the snow of the Arctic tundra. This allows arctic foxes to effectively capture prey such as hares and fish. In summer their color changes to brown. This change provides an excellent camouflage against the rocks of the Arctic tundra during that season.
The golden tortoise beetle is an insect that can change color. They change color due to particular events like meeting a mate and being touched by a human being. When mating or shaking, tortoise beetles change their color from gold to a bright red. The color change occurs due to an optical illusion.