You have eyes of a hawk if you can spot the lion prowling in the wilderness | The Sun

You have eyes of a hawk if you can spot the lion prowling in the wilderness | The Sun


READERS will need the eyes of a marksman to spot the lion prowling in the wilderness.

YouTube viewers have been told they have the eyes of a predator if they can find the elusive feline hidden among the foliage.

The short clip shows the barmy dry bush where the lion is said to hiding, waiting for its prey.

And eagle-eyed viewers were challenged to spot the animal in under 90 seconds.

Five Zero Safaris, who posted the clip, wrote: “All in the name of fun!  Take a little safari with this video, and see if you can spot the animal in the photograph. 

“You have 1 minute – and keep an eye out for the warthog if you are not quick enough!  The answers will always be at the end.”

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The video soon raked in comments as frustrated users reacted.

“Almost didn't spot it in time,” one wrote.

As another quipped: “Damn I'd be dead, it looked like some other animal to me.”

Viewers that are struggling to find the lion should cast their attention to the centre of the image.

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You can scroll down to the bottom for the answer.

It comes as TikTok users were left baffled as they were asked to spot five animals in their natural habitats.

Content creator Matthew shared a series of viral optical illusions in a social media video.

He asked viewers if they could spot the animals hidden in the pictures of nature.

Meanwhile, users were also challenged to spot a sneaky cheetah perfectly camouflaged as it stalks its prey.

Wildlife photographer Richard Costin, 40, captured the extraordinary animal ambush on camera after tracking the big cat for several days.

He had shadowed the speedy predator in hopes of observing its hunting techniques.

In other news, you have the eyes of a hawk if you can work out this two-headed cat optical illusion.

Plus, there’s a camel hiding in this photo – and a simple trick can help you see it

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