1. Transparent Caterpillar

The caterpillar's transparent body makes it almost invisible in its surroundings, helping it avoid predators by blending in with the environment.

2. Cipactlichthys

Cipactlichthys is a fish that's really good at hiding. It uses colors and patterns to blend in with its surroundings, making it hard for predators to spot. This helps it stay safe in its underwater home.

3. Leptocephalus Fish 

The leptocephalus is a baby fish that looks like a see-through leaf. It swims in the open sea and changes a lot before growing up. Scientists find it interesting because of its strange looks and how it grows.

These animals have evolved to become almost invisible, either through transparency or by mimicking their surroundings for survival in their respective environments.