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Camouflaged Gecko by Burrard-Lucas Wildlife Photography, via Flickr - While you're looking for it you'll also get a good sense of it's natural habitat LOL. Click the photo for a link to the blog post that reveals it and shows off some others.

Madagascar is home to a diverse array of geckos, from the conspicuous day geckos to the incredibly camouflaged leaf-tailed geckos.

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Avenue Of The Baobabs, Madagascar                                                                                                                                                                                 Mais

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Volcano near Ankisabe, Madagascar  My newest book "Emerald Blaze" is set in magical, mysterious Madagascar.

Volcano near Ankisabe, Madagascar. Ankisabe is a town and commune in Madagascar. It belongs to the district of Soavinandriana, which is a part of Itasy Region.

Polished "Mad River" agate from Madagascar - also the source for "Ocean Jasper

Polished "Mad River" agate from Madagascar - also the source for "Ocean Jasper - I would love to have a rock like this in my collection! Hook me up with one. Oh and thanks in advance.

Ocean Jasper cab from Madagascar

Ocean jasper cabochon from Madagascar cut by Sam Silverhawk gemstones. could this be done in Poly?

Ocean jasper - This is a very calming stone, good for those who suffer from anxiety or excessive stress.

Last pinner said "Ocean jasper - This is a very calming stone, good for those who suffer from anxiety or excessive stress. maybe our reasoning is actually the same?

Réunion seahorse - Description : Hippocampus borboniensis -- Author : Jobin -- Date : 1885 -- Source : Histoire physique, naturelle, et politique de Madagascar Alfred Grandidier

think a sea horse would be the perfect addition to start developing my sleeve from the waves I already have

Crested Coua: what a striking bird.. indigenous to Madagascar. An island off the coast of Africa

The Crested Coua is found in Madagascar. It is found from sea-level to altitude of 900 metres. The diet consists mainly of various insects, fruits, berries, seeds, snails and chameleons. The female usually lays two white eggs in nest made from twigs.

Sunset Moth from  Madagascar.  Can you say iridescent?!

Madagascar Sunset Moth -- Chrysiridia rhipheus (although most of the brightly colored butterfly and moth photos you'll find on here are photo-shopped, aka FAKE, this one is not.) This butterfly is simply stunning.

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