Confirm with specific examples: many animals have acquired a protective coloration, which fulfills its role in the conditions in which they live.

Lion, tiger, leopard, jaguar rely on cunning and ambush to hunt, so they need to get close to the victim as close as possible. The golden fur of the lion hides it in the golden brown landscape of the African savannah. Lions try to get as close to the victim as possible, thereby compensating for their insufficiently high speed. Their camouflage is extremely useful for this purpose. Tigers hunt mainly in wooded areas, in areas covered with tall grass. Since tigers usually hunt at dawn or dusk, their visible stripes at other times help them navigate unnoticed in tall grass. Leopards and jaguars hunt in densely forested areas. The rosette pattern on their bodies helps them hide in the constantly shifting shadows cast by the leaves in the sunlight.
Many animals are green, yellowish – green or brown – green in color. They live among meadow plants or hide in the green foliage of trees and are very little noticeable in their environment. This is, for example, most species of grasshoppers and other insects of the meadow, tree snakes of tropical forests, various species of frogs and lizards.

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