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Blue death feign beetle (Cryptoglossa verrucosus), Arizona, USABlue death feign beetle (Cryptoglossa verrucosus), Arizona, USABlue death feign beetle (Cryptoglossa verrucosus), Arizona, USA© Michael Turco / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Japan
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Blue death feign beetle (Cryptoglossa verrucosus), Arizona, USA

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Weevil playing dead on a leaf - France  ; He dropped his sheet when he saw me. He plays dead, on the back. Then, as I stood motionless, he got back on its feet a minute later.Weevil playing dead on a leaf - France Weevil playing dead on a leaf - France ; He dropped his sheet when he saw me. He plays dead, on the back. Then, as I stood motionless, he got back on its feet a minute later.© Monique Berger / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Weevil playing dead on a leaf - France ; He dropped his sheet

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Longhorn beetle death feigning Lac de Madine Lorraine France ; Réserve Nationale de Chasse et de Faune Sauvage du Lac de Madine et de l'étang de PanneLonghorn beetle death feigning Lac de Madine Lorraine FranceLonghorn beetle death feigning Lac de Madine Lorraine France ; Réserve Nationale de Chasse et de Faune Sauvage du Lac de Madine et de l'étang de Panne© Robin Monchâtre / BiosphotoJPG - RMOrganization's name mandatory

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Longhorn beetle death feigning Lac de Madine Lorraine France ;

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Grass Snake feigning death in defense postureGrass Snake feigning death in defense postureGrass Snake feigning death in defense posture© John Cancalosi / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Spain and Portugal
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Grass Snake feigning death in defense postureGrass Snake feigning death in defense postureGrass Snake feigning death in defense posture© John Cancalosi / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Spain and Portugal
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Grass Snake feigning death in defense postureGrass Snake feigning death in defense postureGrass Snake feigning death in defense posture© John Cancalosi / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Spain and Portugal
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Grass Snake feigning death in defense posture

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Grass Snake feigning death in defense postureGrass Snake feigning death in defense postureGrass Snake feigning death in defense posture© John Cancalosi / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Spain and Portugal
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Grass Snake feigning death in defense postureGrass Snake feigning death in defense postureGrass Snake feigning death in defense posture© John Cancalosi / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Spain and Portugal
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Grass Snake feigning death England UK ; Grass Snake (Natrix natrix) Feigning death in defensive posture - England - UK - Largely diurnal - Found in nearly all Europe - When disturbed may hiss and strike but rarely bites - Often voids foul-smelling contents of anal gland when handled and may feign death by lying on its back with mouth open and tongue hanging out - Swims well and may hunt in waterGrass Snake feigning death England UKGrass Snake feigning death England UK ; Grass Snake (Natrix natrix) Feigning death in defensive posture - England - UK - Largely diurnal - Found in nearly all Europe - When disturbed may hiss and strike but rarely bites - Often voids foul-smelling contents of anal gland when handled and may feign death by lying on its back with mouth open and tongue hanging out - Swims well and may hunt in water© John Cancalosi / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Spain and Portugal
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Grass Snake feigning death England UK ; Grass Snake (Natrix

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Chameleon on leaf playing dead Madagascar ; One of several defense mechanisms: they can also vibrate when picked up.Chameleon on leaf playing dead MadagascarChameleon on leaf playing dead Madagascar ; One of several defense mechanisms: they can also vibrate when picked up.© Gregory Guida / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Chameleon on leaf playing dead Madagascar ; One of several

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Grass Snake feigning death in defensive posture England UK ; Often voids foul-smelling contents of anal gland when handled and may feign death by lying on its back with mouth open and tongue hanging out - Swims well and may hunt in waterGrass Snake feigning death in defensive posture England UKGrass Snake feigning death in defensive posture England UK ; Often voids foul-smelling contents of anal gland when handled and may feign death by lying on its back with mouth open and tongue hanging out - Swims well and may hunt in water© John Cancalosi / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Spain and Portugal
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Grass Snake feigning death in defensive posture England UK ;

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European grass snake death mimicry ; From Maghreb and iberic peninsula to Baïkal lake, from S. Italia to ScandinaviaEuropean grass snake death mimicryEuropean grass snake death mimicry ; From Maghreb and iberic peninsula to Baïkal lake, from S. Italia to Scandinavia© Daniel Heuclin / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Japan
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European grass snake death mimicry ; From Maghreb and iberic

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European grass snake death mimicry ; From Maghreb and iberic peninsula to Baïkal lake, from S. Italia to ScandinaviaEuropean grass snake death mimicryEuropean grass snake death mimicry ; From Maghreb and iberic peninsula to Baïkal lake, from S. Italia to Scandinavia© Daniel Heuclin / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Japan
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European grass snake death mimicry ; From Maghreb and iberic

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Sand wasp feigning death in studioSand wasp feigning death in studioSand wasp feigning death in studio© Michel Gunther / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Sand wasp feigning death in studio

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Marine Biologist observes Juvenile Hammerhead SharkMarine Biologist observes Juvenile Hammerhead SharkMarine Biologist observes Juvenile Hammerhead Shark© Jeffrey Rotman / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Marine Biologist observes Juvenile Hammerhead Shark

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Scientist performs tonic immobility on Silky Shark BahamasScientist performs tonic immobility on Silky Shark BahamasScientist performs tonic immobility on Silky Shark Bahamas© Jeffrey Rotman / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Scientist performs tonic immobility on Silky Shark Bahamas

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Chinese Crocodile Lizard simulating death in defense postureChinese Crocodile Lizard simulating death in defense postureChinese Crocodile Lizard simulating death in defense posture© Michel Gunther / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Chinese Crocodile Lizard simulating death in defense posture

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Ventral face of a Beetle making died MadagascarVentral face of a Beetle making died MadagascarVentral face of a Beetle making died Madagascar© Stéphan Bonneau / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Midwife toad feigning death SpainMidwife toad feigning death SpainMidwife toad feigning death Spain© José-Luis Gómez de Francisco / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Midwife toad feigning death Spain

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Natterjack toad feigning death SpainNatterjack toad feigning death SpainNatterjack toad feigning death Spain© José-Luis Gómez de Francisco / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Perez's frog feigning death SpainPerez's frog feigning death SpainPerez's frog feigning death Spain© José-Luis Gómez de Francisco / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Perez's frog feigning death Spain

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King Eider female simulating an injury Nunavut Canada ; Cette cane feint de ne pouvoir décoller à cause d'une blessure pour éloigner les photographes de ses poussins.King Eider female simulating an injury Nunavut CanadaKing Eider female simulating an injury Nunavut Canada ; Cette cane feint de ne pouvoir décoller à cause d'une blessure pour éloigner les photographes de ses poussins.© Pierre Vernay / Polar Lys / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale, exclusive sale possible in France
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King Eider female simulating an injury Nunavut Canada ; Cette

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Head of Ring-necked Spitting Cobra faking death ; This typically South African snake is common in certain parts of its range, particularly over the Highveld (savannah). Predominantly nocturnal Snake that feeds on Toads, Small rodents, Birds, Lizards and other Snakes. <br>Hooding and then spitting neurotoxic venom is the main means of defence. If this fails the snake will fake death by turning over, going totally limp and opening the muzzle.Head of Ring-necked Spitting Cobra faking deathHead of Ring-necked Spitting Cobra faking death ; This typically South African snake is common in certain parts of its range, particularly over the Highveld (savannah). Predominantly nocturnal Snake that feeds on Toads, Small rodents, Birds, Lizards and other Snakes.
Hooding and then spitting neurotoxic venom is the main means of defence. If this fails the snake will fake death by turning over, going totally limp and opening the muzzle.
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Head of Ring-necked Spitting Cobra faking death ; This typically

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Head of Ring-necked Spitting Cobra faking death ; This typically South African snake is common in certain parts of its range, particularly over the Highveld (savannah). Predominantly nocturnal Snake that feeds on Toads, Small rodents, Birds, Lizards and other Snakes. <br>Hooding and then spitting neurotoxic venom is the main means of defence. If this fails the snake will fake death by turning over, going totally limp and opening the muzzle.Head of Ring-necked Spitting Cobra faking deathHead of Ring-necked Spitting Cobra faking death ; This typically South African snake is common in certain parts of its range, particularly over the Highveld (savannah). Predominantly nocturnal Snake that feeds on Toads, Small rodents, Birds, Lizards and other Snakes.
Hooding and then spitting neurotoxic venom is the main means of defence. If this fails the snake will fake death by turning over, going totally limp and opening the muzzle.
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Head of Ring-necked Spitting Cobra faking death ; This typically

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Ring-necked Spitting Cobra faking death ; This typically South African snake is common in certain parts of its range, particularly over the Highveld (savannah). Predominantly nocturnal Snake that feeds on Toads, Small rodents, Birds, Lizards and other Snakes. <br>Hooding and then spitting neurotoxic venom is the main means of defence. If this fails the snake will fake death by turning over, going totally limp and opening the muzzle.Ring-necked Spitting Cobra faking deathRing-necked Spitting Cobra faking death ; This typically South African snake is common in certain parts of its range, particularly over the Highveld (savannah). Predominantly nocturnal Snake that feeds on Toads, Small rodents, Birds, Lizards and other Snakes.
Hooding and then spitting neurotoxic venom is the main means of defence. If this fails the snake will fake death by turning over, going totally limp and opening the muzzle.
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Ring-necked Spitting Cobra faking death ; This typically South

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Diplopoda rolling itself Mauvezin Ariège FranceDiplopoda rolling itself Mauvezin Ariège FranceDiplopoda rolling itself Mauvezin Ariège France© Jacques Rosès / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Diplopoda rolling itself Mauvezin Ariège FranceDiplopoda rolling itself Mauvezin Ariège FranceDiplopoda rolling itself Mauvezin Ariège France© Jacques Rosès / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Diplopoda rolling itself Mauvezin Ariège FranceDiplopoda rolling itself Mauvezin Ariège FranceDiplopoda rolling itself Mauvezin Ariège France© Jacques Rosès / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Diplopode rolling itself Mauvezin Ariège FranceDiplopode rolling itself Mauvezin Ariège FranceDiplopode rolling itself Mauvezin Ariège France© Jacques Rosès / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Caterpillar feigning death on nettle leaf Belgium ; On the commune of Evere.  Caterpillar feigning death on nettle leaf BelgiumCaterpillar feigning death on nettle leaf Belgium ; On the commune of Evere. © Jacques Rosès / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Caterpillar feigning death on nettle leaf Belgium ; On the commune of Evere.  Caterpillar feigning death on nettle leaf BelgiumCaterpillar feigning death on nettle leaf Belgium ; On the commune of Evere. © Jacques Rosès / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Armadillo Girdled lizard feigning deathArmadillo Girdled lizard feigning deathArmadillo Girdled lizard feigning death© Daniel Heuclin / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Japan
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Caterpillar feigning death Forêt des Abeilles GabonCaterpillar feigning death Forêt des Abeilles GabonCaterpillar feigning death Forêt des Abeilles Gabon© François Lasserre / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Couleuvre à collier faisant le mort FranceCouleuvre à collier faisant le mort FranceCouleuvre à collier faisant le mort France© Jean-François Noblet / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Engoulevent malgache Réserve d'Ifaty-Manguily MadagascarEngoulevent malgache Réserve d'Ifaty-Manguily MadagascarEngoulevent malgache Réserve d'Ifaty-Manguily Madagascar© Pierre Huguet-Dubief / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Couleuvre à collier simulant la mort FranceCouleuvre à collier simulant la mort FranceCouleuvre à collier simulant la mort France© Daniel Heuclin / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Japan
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