Pic of the week: Mother nature and her child :)

Ullu Bana rehaa hei :D

Owls use the art of camouflage to mimic the textures and colors of their environment almost perfectly, rendering them practically invisible to their prey.

 Here, check out the Nat-Geo photo of the week, in that the owl trying to fool around but the photographer captured the moment
When owls hunt, they use their silent wings and the cover of night to capture their prey. During the day, however, they have tremendously successful camouflage that helps them stay hidden from daytime predators