Can You Spot The Predator Hiding In The Picture.. You Have 7 Sec Before You’re Toast

Ever thought you could survive in the wild? Well here is your chance to find out… In the picture below there is a LARGE animal ready to pounce its victims.

You have 7 sec to spot him before you are eaten!

Good Luck!

From awm,

Big cats are worthy adversaries. Not only for their prey, but for humans too. These large creatures know how to sneak up on unsuspecting victims and pounce when they’re close enough.

One of the biggest advantage big cats have over their prey is their camouflage.

They blend into the background like they are part of it.

Not even famed body painter Johannes Stoetter can mimic natures ability to match its surroundings.

During one 17-day trip to the Indian Himalayas, photographer Inger Vandyke, along with several other professional photographers, hiked the rugged terrain, dealt with the frigid temperatures, and climbed dangerous mountain scenery.

And she did it all with just one goal in mind – capture the ever elusive snow leopard on camera.

According to Newsiosity,

These dedicated photo buffs hiked the rugged terrain, loved in freezing temperatures, and climbed dangerous mountains. The whole trip had just one goal – capture the impossibly elusive snow leopard on camera.

The photographers succeeded. Moreover, in every photo shown here you can see a snow leopard. But you have to look very closely as these felines are camouflaged so well they are almost invisible to the naked eye.

The photographers succeeded. Moreover, in every photo shown here you can see a snow leopard. But you have to look very closely as these felines are camouflaged so well they are almost invisible to the naked eye.

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Note that the snow leopard is on the list of threatened species, so Vandyke and his companions had taken on a very challenging task. Only a few hundred of these mountain big cats live in the area, and their near-perfect camouflage makes them extremely difficult to locate in the wild.

The tan and grayish patterns of the winter coat of the snow leopard blend in with the grayish broken patterns of the Himalayan mountain slopes. The camouflage is so good that these cats can get close enough to their prey to take them down in a single leap.

Vandyke and the others did manage to take several top quality images of these deadly predators, but give full credit to their native guides for spotting the cats first.

Can you spot it? You’ve got 7 seconds…

There it was.

How did you do?

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