Viral challenge: Can you spot the leopard in the picture? Twitter loses it over tricky photo

Updated: Oct 01, 2019, 16:37 IST | mid-day online correspondent

A camouflaged leopard becomes the 'talk of the town' after a Twitter user shares a photo asking readers to spot the big cat

Viral challenge. Pic/Twitter
Viral challenge. Pic/Twitter

Many times, pictures with optical illusions are fascinating to watch and not surprisingly when a challenge is thrown to spot the illusion and the photo is shared on social media, it goes viral as readers can't help but go all out to win the challenge. On Friday a Twitter user shared a picture and asked readers to help her spot a leopard in it. Twitter users took up the challenge as the photograph went viral.

In the picture, which at first glance, looks like a ditch filled with mud actually has a leopard hidden in the mud, and the big cat is impossible to spot. The image was shared by a Twitter user named Bella Lack with the caption, "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?"

It was extremely difficult for us as well but on a closer look, one can notice the black spots. However, Twitterati went crazy in finding the leopard. Many scratched their brains and some were convinced that it's a joke. They also highlighted the exact location of the leopard.

Some even went on to share other pictures where the leopard was difficult to spot.

Could you spot it?

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