Batman searching for the entrance to Shamon's laboratory, is impressed; stating that the trap doors are well concealed, a "perfect job of camouflage.[1]

Camouflage is a set of methods of concealment that allows otherwise visible animals, military vehicles, or other objects to remain unnoticed by blending with their environment or by resembling something else. Examples include a leopard's spotted coat, the battledress of a modern soldier and a leaf-mimic butterfly. Camouflage is a form of visual deception; the term probably comes from camouflet, a French term meaning "smoke blown in someone's face as a practical joke."

When Batman was on Mystery Mountain trying to located the entrance to Shamon's laboratory, he noticed that it was cleverly concealed, a "perfect job of camouflage."[2]

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  1. As seen in The Shamon U.
  2. As seen in The Shamon U.
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