Here is my most favorite camouflage, Old skull Camouflage shirt The Cookie Cutter shark surely is nature’s wonder. It uses Bioluminescence, just like fireflies. These sharks produce their own light in their belly part, leaving a small fish like figure that stays dark. It floats on the surface of the seawater and the creatures from the sand bed have to look up to the surface. The sunlight from the top and the counterbalancing the light from the fish makes it nearly invisible, except for the small fish like part. It makes the predators below to mistake it as a small fish floating on top, eventually coming near it to eat it. And then the fast Cookie cutter shark turns rapidly taking a chunk of the predator’s body part with its name giving teeth that are like a cookie cutter. Camouflage isn’t restricted to small creatures, big mammals like tiger are also sited less because it is very hard to differentiate them from a background in their natural surroundings.
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I don’t remember what the women’s working uniform looked like, Old skull Camouflage shirt I was sub fleet and there weren’t any women with us there. But they were probably in a variation of the above dungarees/chamber shirt cut for women. Sometime in the mid-1970s, the enlisted uniform working changed to something called the ‘Utility uniform’ that despite much searching, I couldn’t find pictures of online. I guess that says something about how popular it was. This uniform was never required of the fleet sailors, only of those issued to those in boot camp. It only lasted about three years before the boot camps went back to issuing dungarees and the kids with Utilities had replaced their working uniforms with dungarees which were both cheaper and far more comfortable.