How Many Tigers Can You Spot In This Pic? It's Left Twitter Confused

"You can see one tiger in the left. Can you find out how many are there in the right picture?" asked IFS officer Susanta Nanda

How Many Tigers Can You Spot In This Pic? It's Left Twitter Confused

How many tigers can you spot in this pic?

Indian Forest Services officer Susanta Nanda took to Twitter on Wednesday to challenge his followers with a puzzle. Mr Nanda, known for his wildlife-centric posts on the microblogging platform, asked his followers to spot the tigers carefully camouflaged in a photograph of a grassy landscape. While doing so, he said that the task would explain "Camouflaging and misdirection". Mr Nanda also shared a second photograph of a tiger visible through dense vegetation.

"Camouflaging and misdirection explained best. You can see one tiger in the left. Can you find out how many are there in the right picture?" wrote Mr Nanda while sharing the pics.

On being called out for the low quality photo, Mr Nanda shared another pic. Take a look and see how many tigers you can spot in it:

The confusing challenge left many scratching their heads as they tried to find the tigers hiding in the pic. Many Twitter users gave up.

Others, however, managed to discern signs of the big cat in the grass.

Some wondered if the pic had been photoshopped or edited.

 According to New Hampshire PBS, a tiger's stripes help it blend into tall grass. "Its golden brown strips blend in with the grass and the dark brown and black stripes merge with darker shadows. When a tiger is hiding in the grass, it is very difficult to spot," they explain.

Were you able to spot tigers in the pic? Let us know using the comments section.

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