1. STICK INSECT
These aptly named insects look like little twigs, and if you don’t see one moving, you might not notice it all. These insects are so great at blending in to their environment that you won’t find them hiding out with real sticks; instead, they will sit right out in the open. Even their movements are camouflaged as they sway back and forth to mimic a twig blowing in the wind. According to the San Diego Zoo, stick insects are also capable of a type of asexual reproduction in which unfertilized females produce eggs that hatch into females. If a male fertilizes the egg, it might turn into a male, otherwise, the egg hatches into a female and continues a girls-only lineage. The stick insect might be the best at transforming into an inanimate object, but as our countdown proves, there are many wild animals that use the power of transformation to survive and thrive in a natural world full of challenges.