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Among my most valued possessions are four letters from Sir Alister Hardy, the eminent British marine biologist, the first of which was written in 1976, the last one five years later. As a young university professor, I was interested in camouflage, and having read Hardy's remarkable book, The Living Stream (Hardy 1965), I wrote to him, asking about his experiences as a military camouflage officer.
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