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Saturday, February 2, 2013

Northwest Wanderings | Animal Camouflage

The jaguar's natural camouflage makes it difficult to see in the dense vegetation and dappled light of the tropical rain forest. It allows the large, powerful cat to stalk and seize prey. But, only 10,000 are estimated to survive, mainly because of habitat destruction. This jaguar lives at Seattle's Woodland Park Zoo.

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