Moving Leaf

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Moving Leaf: Taken at Butterfly Park, Penang, Malaysia.
Scientific Name: Phyllium Giganteum Favorite Food: Guava Leaf 

Moving leaf is a very impressive-looking insect that are well-camouflaged in their environment. It is believed to be largest known leaf insect. The female species look amazingly similar to a leaf. Whereas the males are thinner and narrower. The insect actually protects itself by using camouflage. When first hatch, the colour resembles an ant but will gradually change to green.
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Taken at Butterfly Park, Penang, Malaysia. Scientific Name: Phyllium Giganteum Favorite Food: Guava Leaf Moving leaf is a very impressive-looking insect that are well-camouflaged in their environment. It is believed to be largest known leaf insect. The female species look amazingly similar to a leaf. Whereas the males are thinner and narrower. The insect actually protects itself by using camouflage. When first hatch, the colour resembles an ant but will gradually change to green.
Moving Leaf: Taken at Butterfly Park, Penang, Malaysia.
Scientific Name: Phyllium Giganteum Favorite Food: Guava Leaf 

Moving leaf is a very impressive-looking insect that are well-camouflaged in their environment. It is believed to be largest known leaf insect. The female species look amazingly similar to a leaf. Whereas the males are thinner and narrower. The insect actually protects itself by using camouflage. When first hatch, the colour resembles an ant but will gradually change to green.

October 21, 2010 crisderaud

These are so cool! What a great shot of one!

October 19, 2010 krayker

wow, that is such a perfect mimic of a leaf. nice shot! thanks for sharing

October 19, 2010 lusi

very nice!

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Dimensions: 2304px * 1728px
Published: October - 19 - 2010
Camera: Casio
Date: 2005:04:08 01:11:18
Aperture:f/4.4
Exposure: 1/100s
Focal length: 6.3mm
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Moving Leaf: Taken at Butterfly Park, Penang, Malaysia.
Scientific Name: Phyllium Giganteum Favorite Food: Guava Leaf 

Moving leaf is a very impressive-looking insect that are well-camouflaged in their environment. It is believed to be largest known leaf insect. The female species look amazingly similar to a leaf. Whereas the males are thinner and narrower. The insect actually protects itself by using camouflage. When first hatch, the colour resembles an ant but will gradually change to green. Moving Leaf: Taken at Butterfly Park, Penang, Malaysia.
Scientific Name: Phyllium Giganteum Favorite Food: Guava Leaf 

Moving leaf is a very impressive-looking insect that are well-camouflaged in their environment. It is believed to be largest known leaf insect. The female species look amazingly similar to a leaf. Whereas the males are thinner and narrower. The insect actually protects itself by using camouflage. When first hatch, the colour resembles an ant but will gradually change to green. Moving Leaf: Taken at Butterfly Park, Penang, Malaysia.
Scientific Name: Phyllium Giganteum Favorite Food: Guava Leaf 

Moving leaf is a very impressive-looking insect that are well-camouflaged in their environment. It is believed to be largest known leaf insect. The female species look amazingly similar to a leaf. Whereas the males are thinner and narrower. The insect actually protects itself by using camouflage. When first hatch, the colour resembles an ant but will gradually change to green. Moving Leaf: Taken at Butterfly Park, Penang, Malaysia. Scientific Name: Phyllium Giganteum Favorite Food: Guava Leaf Moving leaf is a very impressive-looking insect that are well-camouflaged in their environment. It is believed to be largest known leaf insect. The female species look amazingly similar to a leaf. Whereas the males are thinner and narrower. The insect actually protects itself by using camouflage. When first hatch, the colour resembles an ant but will gradually change to green. 300px //a.rgbimg.com/users/s/sm/smjet/600/mFktrw6.jpg 600px //a.rgbimg.com/users/s/sm/smjet/600/mFktrw6.jpg 100px