There's A Leopard Hidden In This Photo. Can You "Spot" It?

There's A Leopard Hidden In This Photo. Can You "Spot" It?

The animal is apparently hiding in plain sight.

Every once in a while there'a brain-teasing photo that comes up online that leaves us squinting at our screens and scratching our heads. A lot of the times it involving an animal's incredible camoflauge that tests our "Where's Waldo?" skill. A Twitter user named Bella Lack tweeted a now-viral photograph explaining that someone had challenged her to find the leopard. At first glance, it just looks like a pile of rubble and dirt. But after careful scrutinization, it still looked so! Many Twitterfolk were struggling to find the animal just as much as us. Can you spot a tailor a pair of eyes or a spotted leg or something that resembles the wild feline amid the rubble? Have a look and give it a go:


Did you? Still no? Well, there's no denying that a lot of us have been struggling to find the animal for a while.Many internet users decided to quit searching and start cracking puns and jokes instead. "So *this* is how the leopard got its spots. By being spotted. It all makes sense now," tweeted Twitter user Thea Boodhoo. "It's a trick question, the leopard took the photograph," joked Réal Funghi. Others started pointing at random points in the photograph. Here's a look at some possibilities:









Other users gave up even trying:



Are you also desperately trying to scroll down to the bottom of the page to find the answer like DingyShears who wrote: I enjoyed that but cheated in the end & looked at the answer! It was driving me nuts! Brilliant thanks for sharing. "Someone please pm me the answer. I’m gonna go crazy if I stare at this dirt anymore," tweeted Zack Ickowicz. Those who did spot can't unsee it anymore!  "I highkey thought I sat here staring for 10 minutes for nothing but it's real. Ok good," said another user.

Don't give up just yet... give it one more try! No?? Ok here it is, the answer you've all been looking for! Would you have ever guessed?