Alex Hyde’s Madagascan Camouflaged Animals

Taken around Masoala Peninsula National Park, Alex Hyde has captured some incredible images of various animal in the process of using their ability to camouflage themselves to full effect. Check out a series of his images on the Telegraph‘s website. We wish him the best of luck and think the work he’s doing is fantastic, and we think everyone should see these images (even if they can’t see the animals in them!). Some of the animals are pretty tricky to spot. Have a look for yourself. And we recommend you make time to check out his website, it is incredible…

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