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Why the Air Force copies sharks

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Every country’s air force copies sharks when it comes to painting nearly every airplane, especially fighter jets.

Countershading saves lives, both in the water and up in the air.

Air forces of every nation copy Mother Nature when disguising aircraft by painting the top and bottom different colors.

This is “countershading” and most sharks are born with it, giving them camouflage everywhere they go.

Learn more about Megalodon, dinosaurs, and sharks in the brand new book All About Sharks: A Guide to the World’s Most Misunderstood Predator by Blaise Jones:
All About Sharks: A Complete Guide to the World's Most Misunderstood Predator by Blaise Jones
All About Sharks: A Complete Guide to the World’s Most Misunderstood Predator by Blaise Jones

 

 

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