‘Spot the animal’ games are a great way to divert your mind and channelize your inner Sherlock for a little while. We have come across many such pictures which have honestly left us scratching our heads. For instance, when people online tried to spot a copperhead snake perfectly camouflaged amid dried leaves, or this pup-tical illusion where one had to find a pug hidden in plain sight at a park.
Coming up with another challenge, IFS officer Ramesh Pandey took to Twitter to share a drone image of a leopard’s rescue operation in Bahraich, Uttar Pradesh. He asks users to zoom in to find the animal.
What do you see in this image? Zoom in and get surprised.
Use of drones helped in successful rescue operation of a leopard in Bahraich, UP recently. This interesting image has been shared by Manish Singh, DFO. Indeed a well coordinated work. @CentralIfs #leopard #rescue pic.twitter.com/dFNRHZP5aC
— Ramesh Pandey (@rameshpandeyifs) April 9, 2021
The post has accumulated several reactions from curious and impressed users:
- Many guessed it right!
Golden, golden, golden as I open my eyes! 😍 A leopard rescue in wheat fields using drones in U.P., India! 💛🐆 https://t.co/d6kHFB0UdA
— Pallavi Ghaskadbi 🦊 (@otocolobus) April 9, 2021
A Leopard resting in fields of gold!!
— Atulya Raj Sharma (@AtulyaRajSharm1) April 10, 2021
2. Others were left amazed at how the leopard blended in with its surroundings
Exception …This is high camouflage
Stealth of leopards only
— Devashish Bhattacharya (@b_devashish) April 9, 2021
Camouflaging par excellence👍
— Dr Anuradha Singh (@DrAnuradhaSing3) April 9, 2021
Camouflage in its extreme
Interestingly they can easily hide in Tea garden also.
— Monalisa Bose (@Bose95Mona) April 9, 2021
3. The rest were grateful for the rescue operation.
Effective use of technology for rescue is greatly appreciated. Kudos to the team involved in this operation.
It seems to be a agricultural field with wheat crop.
— GodsonOrganicFarm (@FarmGodson) April 9, 2021
When the drone had passed over the leopard, So he must have said to himself “don’t worry, now the help will come from the sky”
— Devendra Kumar Gurjar (@iDevendraGurjar) April 9, 2021
How long did it take you to spot the leopard? Tell us!