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Nobody Can Find The Hidden Snake In This Photograph And I Lost My Mind Looking For It

Firstly, don’t ruin this for your fellow man by throwing the answer in the comments after it takes you 30 minutes to find the snake and you’re acting like you found it in 1.5 seconds. Don’t be that guy, you’re better than that…Moving on, I grew up in the Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts. My family took more camping vacations during the Summers than I can even keep track of. I’ve seen and handled my fair share of snakes over the years, and I’m pretty good at spotting camouflaged snakes in the wild. I even had several pet snakes back in elementary school because my parents were foolish enough to come home one day and say ‘you can have anything you want from the pet store, what is it?’

They probably thought we were coming home with a puppy that day, not two Colombian Red Tail boa constrictors and a red rat snake. I also have perfect 20-20 eyesight, or at least I did when I had my vision tested after my last annual physical….What’s my point? My point is this, if you can see the snake in this photograph within 5 minutes you have better eyesight than I do. I’m serious, I stared at this picture for a long ass time before I could see the perfectly camouflaged Southern Copperhead snake:

It’s there. I promise. Now that I’ve spotted the snake I cannot unsee it. It’s practically lurching out of the photograph at me.

If you are still unable to see the snake I want you to keep looking for it, just try a little bit harder. But, someone on Twitter circled the snake so you can easily see it and I’ve included that picture below. Just don’t cheat yourself, try and find that snake on your own and you’ll feel better about it.

Couldn’t find it? Here you go:

I feel like the focus of the image was drawing all of my attention to the bottom/center of the photograph, and taking my gaze away from where the snake was actually hiding.

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