- Nature photographer Mohan Thomas took a photo of two leopards in India, but the cub is hard to spot.
- The cub's tail is visible, but its face is camouflaged.
- Some of the photographer's Twitter followers were stumped, so he told them where to find it.
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It might look like there's only one leopard in nature photographer Mohan Thomas' photo, but two tails are visible. Where is the second leopard's face?
Thomas, who posted the photo to Twitter on June 25, told Insider he photographed the leopards at Kabini, part of Nagarahole National Park And Tiger Reserve in Karnataka, India. He noticed the camouflaged cub and snapped the picture from 300 meters (984 feet) away.
As he shared the photo on Twitter, he asked his followers if they could see the cub's face, but many couldn't at first.
Can you spot the leopard cub's face? Take a look at the photo:
If you're stuck, here's a hint: follow the second tail into the tree trunks.
Thomas advised one follower to look "in between the Y shape on the tree trunk."
If you still can't see it, here's the cub's face:
The leopard cub's spotted face blends in seamlessly with the tree bark.