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Ok guys and gals, these criiters and animals are harder to see. Can you find them?




Easy one.


I can't see it. It's a flounder.






I have no clue. It's supposed to be a moth.

These pix are from www.livescience.com they are extremely reputable group. So there must be a critter in each pix.

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I spotted them all the flounder and moth thing were the hardest to see.  Amazing pictures.

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Those are awesome, took me a few to find some of them! 

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