Kinkingo are small, aquatic rodents best known for their unique camoflage routine. These small creatures gradually fade to a dark grey color while sleeping, helping them blend in with barnacles and coral they typically nest in. When a kinkingo awakes, however, it instantaneously mimics the colors of it's immediate surroundings and keeps these colors until it next falls asleep. Depending on the region, some kinkingo have been observed to sleep five to six times a day, or more during mating season.
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