The evolution of deception

What do fork-tailed drongos, tufted capuchin monkeys, Mexican free-tailed bats, Tiger moths, and humans have in common? Check out this beautiful essay by Lesley Evans Ogden describing various forms of deception in nature. Props to Tyler Cowen for the pointer. Here is another example of “natural deception” below:

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