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8 Out Of 10 People Can’t Spot The Snow Leopard, Can You?



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If you step out into the untamed wilderness, you can be sure that there are animals hiding in nature all around you. You never know when you’re going to run into naturally camouflaged animals because they blend perfectly into their surroundings. Of course, natural camouflage is a common animal defense mechanism.

There are always animals hiding in plain sight, mainly to stay safe from predators, including humans. Many animals are so well camouflaged, that they are hard to see even in out in the open. The snow leopard, for example, can blend right into the surrounding rocks, dirt, and of course, snow to avoid being seen.

Of course, the snow leopard is a predator, and among naturally camouflaged animals it is one of the rarest. Can you spot the snow leopard in the first image? How about the animals in every other photo? These animals hiding in nature will have you wondering if these photos even have any animals in them (they do).

1. It’s true, a snow leopard is hiding in plain sight somewhere in this photo. That could be bad news for these goats. Can’t see it? Look just to the left of that mountain wall.

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2. Here’s another snowy animal hiding in plain sight. Can you see the fluffy white willow ptarmigan? The snow certainly makes it difficult, but it’s there.

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3. Sometimes animals hiding in nature are up in the trees. Can you see the owl hiding in this gnarled tree? It’s right in front of you!

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4. You wouldn’t think you could miss a giraffe, but sometimes naturally camouflaged animals are right in front of you, even if they’re really tall. This giraffe blends right in.

5. The American pika is cute fuzzy, and hard to spot. As a prey animal, the pika needs to use its animal defense mechanism of being able to hide to avoid predators. Can you see it?

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6. Let’s go micro for this next animal hiding in plain sight: the katydid. This one is really easy to miss, even though it takes up most of the frame.

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7. Sometimes animals hiding in nature are predators who need to avoid being spotted by prey. The alligator in this picture could be hunting for its next meal.

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8. Naturally camouflaged animals are even harder to spot from a distance. The coyote in this photo blends right into the background, which may be unlucky for its prey.

9. This particular photo which, believe it or not, has a spider in it, really showcases camouflage as an animal defense mechanism. Watch where you step!

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10. Sometimes you have to go under the sea to find animals hiding in nature. This tiny, adorable seahorse is blending right into the surrounding coral.

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11. The Nighthawk in this photo is really using its animal defense mechanism to hide from the camera’s eye. Its natural desert coloring allows it to blend in perfectly.

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12. The final example of animals hiding in nature is this cleverly camouflaged gecko. Among these naturally camouflaged animals, this one might be the hardest to spot, but it’s there.

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