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Masters of masquerade

In sun-speared woodlands across Asia, odd, aged and mottled oak leaves sit incongruously upon rocks and trunks of trees to which they do not belong. Of interest to no one, a dead leaf provides no sustenance for the creatures that live amongst these trees, perhaps...

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