Lockdown Puzzle! Can you spot the predator in this viral picture! Twitter is baffled

Updated: May 28, 2020, 19:40 IST | mid-day online correspondent | Mumbai

What seemed like a photo of a deer grazing, the picture posted by a forest officer on Twitter had a twist that caught the attention of the netizens

Picture/Ramesh Bishnoi-Twitter
Picture/Ramesh Bishnoi-Twitter

Twitter users came across an interesting challenge thrown open by a forest officer, who asked them to find an animal camouflaged in a picture. Forest officer Ramesh Bishnoi posted what seemed like a picture of a deer, but surprised many with a twist. He said that a predator was hiding in the photograph and asked users to spot it.

He tweeted in the caption of the picture, "Eye contact with predator and prey. Can you spot the predator?" 

Posted on Wednesday, the picture garnered 524 likes and was retweeted 34 times. Users commenting on the picture posted on the comments section with their guesses along with praising the timing and beauty of nature captured in the picture.

Some who spotted the animal lauded its hiding spot.

For those trying to spot the animal, here’s a hint.

Still looking for the animal?  Look at the top left side of the picture, and you will find a big cat hiding behind the grass looking for the right time to pounce on the deer.

Twitter users have been posting interesting puzzles to engage their followers during the lockdown under the hashtag #LockdownPuzzles that has been trending on the micro-blogging platform. 

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