September 30, 2019 3:40:59 pm
There’s a photograph of a ditch that is going viral. Reason: It has a leopard hidden in it, and the netizens are straining their eyes to find the camouflaged animal.
Bella Lack, a 16-year-old youth director, shared the picture that was sent to her by one of her friends. Lack admitted that she thought the picture was a joke until she spotted the animal herself. Take a look at the picture yourself:
Someone just sent this to me and asked me to find the leopard. I was convinced it was a joke… until I found the leopard. Can you spot it? pic.twitter.com/hm8ASroFAo
— Bella Lack 🌱 (@BellaLack) September 27, 2019
The photo, at first glance, appears to be a regular ditch filled with dirt. But upon close inspection, the big cat can be seen looking straight at you. The spots on the leopard have very well blended with the surroundings.
Despite spoilers in the comment sections, many couldn’t wrap their head around the leopard’s presence. While one user said”“So *this* is how the leopard got its spots. By being spotted. It all makes sense now.”
Another said”“I’m gonna go crazy I stare at this dirt anymore.” Look at more reactions here:
Took me just few seconds. pic.twitter.com/fXbEQLLHOt
— Foodenix (@foodenix) September 29, 2019
— Shivam arya (@Shivamarya1988) September 30, 2019
I had to really zoom in
— just another citizen Ⓥ (@StacieA_H) September 27, 2019
That is some camouflage had to zoom in took ages to spot it
— Eleanor Hurley (@alisonblair30) September 27, 2019
I would be extremely dead before I spotted it.
— Laura Jennings (@botanistlaura) September 28, 2019
No, but now I am getting a headache
— Resister Dog (@ResisterDog22) September 27, 2019
Good camouflage🐆 pic.twitter.com/T88dg9Gzzj
— ღεℓąηḯε (@MJMcCune) September 27, 2019
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