ANIMALS

Puzzle: Can You Find A Snow Leopard In The Photo?

Date October 2, 2018 10:27

Australian photographer Inger Vandyke went to the Himalayas to capture images of snow leopards hunting. In order to photograph the rare felines, Inger had to spend 17 days in the mountains. After all, it’s not that easy to track a predator, especially when it is hunting. 

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Snow leopard (Irbis) is a large cat, listed as vulnerable on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. These solitary animals live in vast, but well-defined territories, and try to avoid crossing the borders of each other’s lands. The body weight of males can reach 121 lb, females – 88 lb. The length of their hind paw is 8-10 inches!

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It is a pure joy to observe this magnificent animal, but there are quite a few safety rules. We believe that the photographer nailed them, since she managed to take the photos and post them later, inadvertently creating a puzzle!

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Looking at her pictures Vandyke realized that snow leopards perfectly blend in the mountain scenery. Now, we offer you to enjoy the photo and at the same time solve the puzzle. Can you spot the snow leopard?

Any luck? Found it yet? Take your time!

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Scroll down if you are ready to see the reveal.

Here it is!

snow leopard© Inger Vandyke

As you can see, snow leopards are the masters of camouflage in their environment. It was very brave of the photographer to dare take pictures of these large predators in the wild. How do you find the puzzle? How much time did you spend looking for the leopard? Let us know in the comments. 

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