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The Leaf-tailed Geckos (Uroplatus) of Madagascar

Enjoy a fascinating, detailed look at the Leaf-tailed Geckos (Uroplatus) of Madagascar and their camouflage capabilities in this video by conservation photographer and biologist Ryan M. Bolton.

Madagascar is the fourth largest island in the world and is home to over 5% of the total species found on Earth.

There’s more Madagascar and more camouflage in the archives.

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