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    • Kim Leubner

      There are many animals that are natural masters of disguise, camouflaging themselves perfectly in the world. Description from I searched for this on

    • Hennie Cloete

      Taken among the leaves of Amacayacu National Park in Colombia this bat faced toad is masterful at blending into its surroundings.

    • Ammy Siewert

      Masters of camouflage: A Bat-faced Toad hides among dead leaves in Amacayacu National Park, Colombia

    • Carolyn Hinds

      Animal camouflage: can you spot these masters of disguise playing hide-and-seek? - Telegraph

    • Linda Taylor McCarty

      Bat faced Toad Masters of Disguise Camouflaged Animals Pictures Seen on

    • Alan Hughes

      A Leaf Katydid, also known as a Sylvan Katydid makes itself look like a leaf in San Cipriano Reserve in Colombia. Photo: Thomas Marent / ARDEA / CATERS NEWS A Southern Rock Agama Lizard hides in South West Namibia. Photo: Geoff Trinder / ARDEA / CATERS NEWS A Great Grey Owl perching on a branch. Photo: M. Watson / ARDEA / CATERS NEWS A Speckled Sanddab blends in with the pebbled ocean floor. Photo: KEL-24 / ARDEA / CATERS NEWS A Bat-faced Toad hides amongst dead leaves in Amacayacu National Park in Colombia. Can you believe this?

    • Rose Anderson

      A Bat-faced Toad hides amongst dead leaves in Amacayacu National Park in Colombia

    • Erwin Hendriks

      A Bat-faced Toad hides amongst dead leaves in Amacayacu Nation

    • lucinda gray

      Animal camouflage: frog

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