Bug Camoflages Itself With Garden Debris

Published December 18, 2019

Rumble This clever insect uses garden debris to build a camouflage jacket for itself. The bug stuck twigs and dead leaves to its back as it crawled on a wooden board - helping it to evade predators. The ingenious insect is actually a Bagworm moth. They build small, protective cases which they use to hide when they sense danger. Tourist Kristian Madsen took the video of the moth in Kampot Province, Cambodia on November 23.