CAN you spot the owl having a secret hoot as it plays a game of hide and beak?
At first glance, nothing can be seen hiding in this tree
So you’d imagine one would be easier to see.
Still having trouble trying to spot the owl?
Look closer, however, and you can just about make out the outline of the feathered friend perching on a branch At a metre long, it is the largest owl in Africa, but its greay feathers blend seamlessly with the bark, making it impossible to see It’s having a hoot: the owl is perfectly camouflaged It is perched to the left of the tree
But this owl isn’t the only creature people are having a hard time trying to spot.
The photo is the latest in a series of confusing optical illusions sweeping the internet.
The image was posted by Sunshine Snake Catchers in Australia and, at first glance, looks to be a snap of a pile of sticks.
Social media users were stumped when asked to ‘spot the reptile’ slithering in this photo
But on closer inspection, a keelback snake can be seen writhing among the debris, its light and brown scales mixing perfectly with the twigs.
Keelbacks are often found in south-eastern Queensland around creeks and dams.
Hundr of people had difficulty locating the snake which is roughly in the middle of the image, on the left, sliding along a branch.
One wrote: “I can never spot the snake. Maybe all for the best.”
But look carefully and you’ll spot the snake
Can you track them down as they carefully blend into overgrown rain forests and even with bathroom cosmetics?
The tricky brainteasers will leave you stumped.
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