Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Camouflage Coloration

Color pattern, generally of the pelage, that allows a primate to blend in with its surroundings, making it difficult for predators or prey to detect the animal; color pattern that facilitates concealment. It has been suggested that black skin color in humans functions as camouflage in primary tropical rain forests.

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