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    Newly Discovered Jurassic Fly May Have Been Among First To Imitate Plants

    Paleontologists in China think they've discovered a species of scorpionfly that dates back to the Jurassic era and used it's leaf-like wings to become indistinguishable from the gingko leaves where it made its home, using the cover not only to evade predators, but also to lay in wait for their own prey. If they're right, it makes this specimen one of the earliest examples of mimicry known to researchers.

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