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Everyone sees the tree bark but you’ve got 20/20 vision and high IQ if you can spy the creepy chameleon in 10secs

CHAMELEONS are known to change the color and pattern of their skin to evade predators but this optical illusion has left people stumped.

What appears to be a normal close-up photo of a tree is actually hiding a sneaky reptile.


Can you find the hidden chameleon in this image?[/caption]

Only the most eagle-eyed people can spot the chameleon within 10 seconds.

Chameleons can expand and contract their skin cells, which allows them to disguise themselves in multiple settings.

Their cells contain a variety of pigments that make it appear as if the creature is changing color.

The chameleon in this image was snapped by a photographer, who caught the reptile blending into the mossy bark of the tree.

Chameleons will camouflage themselves to keep predators at bay such as birds and snakes.

The lizards have been known to disguise themselves best to hide from birds as they have amazing perception of shapes and colors, according to All You Need Is Biology

To see if you have the eyes of a hawk, try your hand at this mind-boggling puzzle.

Finding the reptile is easier said than done and you might have to break the image down into segments.

Once you think you’ve got it, be sure to time yourself.

Try searching for the spiral in the creature’s tail, that’s a clear giveaway of where it’s hiding.

Did you get it? If not, we’ve added the answer below.

By taking a closer look, you’ll find the chameleon hidden in the center of the image.

If that is too easy, you can try another optical illusion to test your vision.


Chameleons are known for blending into their environment, making them nearly impossible to find[/caption]

A photo of the Utah landscape has left Reddit users confused as they try to find the sneaky camouflaged fox.

Hidden somewhere in the image is a Kit Fox, which is often found in the southwest US, however, the creature is a nocturnal breed making it rare to find one in broad daylight.

Kit Foxes are the smallest of the fox species known as Vulpes and are known for camouflaging themselves.

This makes finding them harder than one might expect.

If you’re struggling to find the animal we’ve offered some tips that can help you out.


A Kit fox is hidden in this Utah landscape, perfectly blending in with the environment around it[/caption]

Kit foxes are known for having large ears, making them somewhat distinct from other species.

Try scanning every part of the image to see if you can track the animal down but be quick – you only have a few seconds.

We’ve also added the answer below and several Reddit users shared how they found the fox.

“My daughter and I were super zoomed in on every rock to find it and suddenly got jumped scared by the fox,” one wrote.

Benefits of brainteasers and optical illusions

Researchers have developed many tests to show how various brain regions react to brainteasers and optical illusions. There are many benefits.

  • They are not only entertaining, but they also shed light on how our brains interpret visual data.
  • By giving your brain a little workout regularly, you enhance your ability to focus and observe details.
  • Studies have shown people who regularly challenge themselves with optical illusions and puzzles see big improvements in their problem-solving skills, concentration, and attention.
  • Improved concentration and attention span can help prevent cognitive decline in old age.
  • Optical illusions can improve eyesight by allowing you to see small print.

“It’s super worth that ‘oh hello’ moment,” wrote another person.

Meanwhile, everyone can see the bear but if you can find all 10 animals in this optical illusion, you have 20/20 vision.

Also, can you spot the elusive snake hidden in this image in under 15 seconds?


Were you able to find the animal?[/caption]

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