Optical Illusions

Optical Illusion: Can you find the snow leopard hidden in the mountains?

Commenters were quick to point out how well-hidden the snow leopard was when wildlife photographer Bobby-Jo posted her images of the animal on Facebook.

Snow leopards are certainly masters at camouflage, with the WWF saying:

“Their long fur and less distinctive markings that seem to change shape with body movement make identifying individual snow leopards difficult compared to other big cats like tigers, leopards, and jaguars, which have more distinctive markings.”

The WWF estimates that there may only be 4,000 leopards left in the wild, making the big cat an endangered species at the moment. They are a pretty elusive animal, so the precise number is yet unclear.

Snow leopards are currently most at risk from habitat loss, climate change, a lack of prey, and illegal poaching.

So, could you find the snow leopard hidden in the mountains? Look carefully at the picture again!

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Wildlife photographer Bobby-Jo shared these photos on Facebook.

Were you able to spot the snow leopard? Don’t be concerned. We’re going to tell you about it right now.

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Read More Optical Illusions:

1/ How many heads are in the picture? Zebra or Zebras?

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There are two heads in the picture.

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-who’s grabbing the girl on the left shoulder?

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How many people do you see in this picture?


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This picture was shared on social media by a user named DarkSandy.

If you see 7 people in this picture, your mind is running fast. Even if you see 6 people, your brain is working fine.

-Can you find the hidden cat in this picture?


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This Image was shared by waterhauler – Reddit

-Can you tell how many legs an elephant has?

The image was shared by Twitter CORE uWaterloo
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If we look closely, we can notice that this elephant has only four legs as well! Natural space was left unfilled by artist Roger Shepard, generating confusion and leading us to believe the space was supposed to be a leg. Still confused? Cover up the feet and you’ll see the four legs.

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