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Stare at these pictures for long enough and you might just spot some clever creatures playing the ultimate game of hide and seek.

This Satanic Leaf-tailed Gecko is barely visible against the leaves in the Andasibe-Mantadia National Park, Madagascar.

These amazing animals are true masters at blending effortlessly into their environment as a means of survival in the natural world.

This Satanic Leaf-tailed Gecko hides from predators in Andasibe-Mantadia National Park, Madagascar, or is it just a leaf?

It's nearly impossible to pick out this Lichen Spider at the Erawan National Park in Thailand

A Speckled Sanddab blends perfectly with the pebbled ocean floor

This Sandhopper protects itself by covering red sand all over its body in the desert

An Orchid Mantis sits inside a flower

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

A snow leopard looks for prey in the Himalayas

This Peppered Moth has found the perfect hiding place on a rock

A Righteye Flounder camouflages himself on the ocean floor

A Katydid blends into foliage in Costa Rica

This Leaf Katydid looks like part of the forest floor in San Cipriano Reserve, Colombia

A Vietnamese Mossy Frog is perfectly adapted to his surroundings

The Great Potoo hides in a tree in Brazil as it searches for food

A pair of Glass Frogs shelter in foliage at Manu National Park, Peru

This Mossy Leaf-tailed Gecko is a master of disguise in Montagne dAmbre National Park, Madagascar

There's a Leaf Frog in there somewhere


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