Slideshow
Photos that Scream Halloween

October 30, 2015

Our colleagues on the Identidad Madidi expedition in Bolivia, on the Hazarajat Plateau of Afghanistan, and around the world capture stunning images of wildlife frequently. Some just happen to speak to Halloween more than others.

First row: aye aye from the Farakaraina ecotourism site in Mamabay, Madagascar; hawk from a camera trap in Endau-Rompin landscape of Peninsular Malaysia; oilbird from Madidi National Park; Persian leopard from a camera trap on the Hazarajat Plateau of Afghanistan. Second row: spider from Madidi National Park; Blakiston's fish owl from Russia; vampire bat from Madidi National Park.

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