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Peacock katydid (Pterochroza ocellata) has an extra trick up its sleeve - even if a predator sees through its perfect, leaf-like camouflage, the katydid can open its wings and flash a pair of big, fake eyes, a behavior that is almost guaranteed to scare an inexperienced bird or lizard.

InsectsMindenOrthopteraTettigoniidaeHorizontalkatydid