Cam O'Flage #2. The Snake Caterpillars -- Hemeroplanes spp -- can puff out the underside of the anterior segments of their bodies so that they resemble a snake.
This lures other, amorous snakes closer... and close enough... and THEN HEMEROPLANES STRIKES.
Cam O'Flage #3.
The designers of interstellar spaceships have learned to make them spherical.** Possibly they go faster that way.
Also they can sneak up on their target and everyone's all "Whatevs... it's just another planet or moon" -- until it is too late and the plundering begins.
As a reader pointed out a while ago, building them to look like aeroplanes is not fooling anyone.
Excuse me, sir, but I have a small question.
Why does their starship have wings and a vertical stabilizer? Was it perhaps designed by zombies?
----------------------------------------* In comments, OBS points out that dead-horse camouflage has previously featured at LGM. Some uncertainty emerged in that blog's comment thread as to the actual WW1 battlefield application of papier-mâché horses -- whether they were used by the French as listening posts (as described in the earliest anecdotes); or constructed by US forces for snipers (as reported in later, more gung-ho Kill-the-Boche accounts for American readers); or indeed, whether a widely-circulated photograph released by the US Signal Corps was ever used at all, except to give artists something harmless to do, well away from the trenches.
Anyway, if Telecom wants to revive the concept of novelty phone booths, perhaps they will design them like dead elephants next time and there will be more room inside.
** Here some partially-constructed starships are moved around the shipyard to where the next layer will be added.