Vanish Act – Can You See the Black-tailed doe?

And last week’s Yellow-leaf mantis:

Yellow-leaf mantis

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Vanish Act – Can You See the Yellow-leaf mantis?

Yellow-leaf mantis, Panama

An last week’s spectacled caiman:

Spectacled Caiman by Art Wolfe

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Happy Father’s Day

Happy Father’s Day to Jay in our office and to all the other fathers out there this weekend.

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Happy Father’s Day – Images by Art Wolfe

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Vanishing Act – Can You See the Western Toad?

A Western Toad hides among a mosaic of of lichen and moss in Oregon.

And last week’s Blue Dacnis:

Blue Dacnis by Art Wolfe

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Vanishing Act – Can You See the Blue Dacnis?

Blue Dacnis, Panama

And last week’s seahorse:

pygmy seahorse, © Art Wolfe

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Vanishing Act – Can You See the Seahorse?

A pygmy seahorse near Papua New Guineea takes advantage of the coral’s mazelike structure to hide in cryptic safety.

And last week’s giraffe:

Vanishing Act Giraffe, © Art Wolfe

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Today is Endangered Species Day

May 21, 2010 is Endangered Species Day—an opportunity for people to learn about protecting our disappearing wildlife and last remaining open space.

For more information visit http://www.stopextinction.org/

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BLOG: Endangered Species Day – Images by Art Wolfe

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Vanishing Act – Can You See the giraffe?

And last week’s Blue-crowned parrot:

Mealy or Blue-crowned parrot

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Vanishing Act – Can You See the Blue-crowned parrot?

A Mealy or Blue-crowned parrot disappears like just another leaf in the lush Central American rainforest. Chan Chich, Belize.

And last week’s herd of Gemsbok:

Gemsbok, Namib-Naukluft National Park, Nambia

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