Vanishing Act – Can You See the Toad, Identify it and Win a Free Calendar!

Unidentified toad from the Peruvian rainforest.  Free 2010 calendar to anyone who can identify it (and it’s a gorgeous poster sized European calendar)

And last week’s Gray Fox:

gray fox © Art Wolfe

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Vanishing Act – Can You See the Argentine Gray Fox (not in the book Vanishing Act)

And last week’s Black-bellied Bustard.

Black-bellied Bustard

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Vanishing Act – Can You See The Black-bellied Bustard?

And last week’s Katydid. Also note that some of these Vanishing Act images are not in the book and are seen only here on the blog.

katydid © Art Wolfe

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Harp Seals

The annual seal hunt began yesterday in eastern Canada.  The quota this year is an appalling 330,000, but only a fraction of that will be taken because of the decrease in demand for harp pelts.

BLOG: Harp seal harvest began yesterday – Images by Art Wolfe

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Vanishing Act – Can You See the Katydid?

And last week’s American Pika.

Vanishing Act, American Pika, © Art Wolfe

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Vanishing Act – Can you see the American Pika?

And last week’s klipspringers.

klipspringer, Chobe, Botswana, © Art Wolfe

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Vanishing Act – Can you see the two klipspringers?

And last week’s elephant.

Vanishing Act - Elephant
Vanishing Act - Elephant
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Vanishing Act – Can You See the Elephant?

And last week’s leopard.

Vanishing Act, Leopard, © Art Wolfe
Vanishing Act, Leopard, © Art Wolfe
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Vanishing Act – Can you see the Leopard?

Here is the horned adder from last week.

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Vanishing Act – Can You See the Horned Adder? and last week’s crab

Can’t see it? Check back next Monday, for its location. And, here is the location of last week’s candy crab if you could not find it.

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