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A long-spinnered bark spider camouflaged on tree bark where it waits to ambush passing prey in the tropical rainforest of the Masoala Peninsula National Park, north east Madagascar Picture: ALEX HYDE/BARCROFT

A Katydid camouflages itself on moss in Costa Rica (Picture: ARDEA / CATERS NEWS / Thomas Marent - The Telegraph)

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Katydid camouflaged on mosses and lichens, Tettigoniidae, Siquirres, Costa Rica - Stock Image

Fade to grey: A moorish wall gecko on a wall in France

Incredible pictures of camouflaged animals show how nature plays hide-and-seek

Camouflaged animals playing hide-and-seek by blending into the background

Masters of camouflage

Masters of camouflage

Sycamore Moth. Camouflaged moth nearly completely hidden on a lichen-covered tree trunk

Camouflaged moth nearly completely hidden on a lichen-covered tree trunk - photo from animalpicturesarchive

Camouflage.

Camouflage.

Can You Spot The Owls Hiding In These Photos? We’re Having A Tough Time The Internet is playing a fun new game with our feathered friends. The sneaky owl is a master of camouflage, and “spotting the owl”.

Masters of camouflage

Masters of camouflage

Saudi Arabia Bir Hima petroglyphs | The pre-Islamic rock art of Arabia at Bir Hima, carved into the eastern foothills of the Asir Mountains, is one of the most important rock art sites in Saudi Arabia. Most of what you'll see dates from around 5500 BC, athough there are more recent examples scattered around.

saudi arabia bir hima petroglyphs The pre-Islamic rock art of Arabia at Bir Hima, carved into the eastern foothills of the Asir Mountains, .

A Peppered Moth is camouflaged against lichen.  Picture: ARDEA / CATERS NEWS #Camouflage #Moth #telegraph_co_uk

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Animal camouflage: can you spot these masters of disguise playing hide-and-seek? A Peppered Moth is camouflaged against lichen

Animales confundiéndose con el paisaje

Animales confundiéndose con el paisaje

Invisible: A male Spotted Deer disappears among sun-dappled vegetation in Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan, India

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