Are you someone who likes solving puzzles or finding hidden things in a picture? Are you someone who is not afraid of insects and gets excited by the idea of discovering new things about them? You have arrived at the right place, then. The official page of Bronx Zoo, one of the largest zoos in the United States, has shared a video on its Twitter and Instagram accounts and it's fun to discover insects camouflaged among the leaves and branches of plants.
Sharing the video on Friday, Bronx Zoo asked if you can find the hidden insects in all the pics the clip contained. "Follow along and let us know what you see. Hope you can join us at Eric Carle's World of Wildlife and see which puppets, performances and activities you discover throughout the Bronx Zoo," the post read.
The task of finding insects in the video is divided into three stages. In the first stage, featuring a photograph, the video asks: "What do you see?" It gives you seven seconds to guess after which it answers the question. The next two stages are also similar to the first one, asking you to answer if you can find what's hidden in the picture.
While the first pic has only one insect, the other two have four cleverly-camouflaged bugs each.
It would spoil the fun for you if we wrote the answers here, but here's the post and you can try it yourself.
Instagram users loved the guessing game and commented on the post. The post has racked up hundreds of 'likes' and comments.
User Noe Yoshino simply wrote, "So fun!"
"Love it," said another Instagram user, @bethanddesi.
Luana Little thought it was a "great camouflage."
People on Twitter also reacted to the post. Here are a couple of reactions.
This person quote-tweeted saying, "Find the bug."
Find the Bugs ???? https://t.co/64AqNk0wKt— Sammy (@sammy_rufared) July 28, 2021
Another tweeted in his local language which when translated read: "Can you find the hidden bug? I love Eric Carle's "The Very Hungry Caterpillar."
隠れた虫さんを見つけることができますか？☘️????— pipichan (@myunpipilove) July 28, 2021
On International Tiger Day, the zoo shared a picture of a majestic wild cat and wrote, "It's WorldTigerDay. On your next visit, stop by Tiger Mountain to see our tigers up-close. On a summer day, you might even catch them swimming in the water or lounging in the shade."
Besides, the page posts videos as well as photographs of animals currently at the zoo.
The zoo in the Bronx, New York, is one of the largest in the country by area, comprising 265 acres of parklands and naturalistic habitats separated by the Bronx River.Click for more trending news