A Bobby-Dazzler

Silverback Gorilla

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The ‘Dazzle Pattern’ was first used in wartime over 100 years ago to camouflage large, grey ships by breaking up the ship’s outline when out at sea. Andrew’s inspiration for this design comes from the renowned conservationist and wildlife artist Sir Peter Scott who looked at various options for camouflaging ships during World War II, and the dazzle ship moored in St Helier harbour. With these inspirations and using the colours of the Jersey coastline, the question is whether a large, grey gorilla can similarly dazzle in order to become hidden in plain view?

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Le Hocq

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