You could have the eyes of a marksman if you can spot the tiger lurking among this herd of zebras in ten seconds

IF you can spot the tiger lurking among this herd of zebras in just 10 seconds, you could have the eyes of a shooter.

The stealthy tiger blends seamlessly into its surroundings in this stunning safari painting, leaving people perplexed.

Can you spot the tiger lurking in this herd of zebras?

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Can you spot the tiger lurking in this herd of zebras?Credit: Banking Adda

Tigers are cleverly camouflaged when hunting, so they can pounce on their prey when the perfect time comes.

And somewhere in the zebra sea lives an insidious tiger.

The animals can be seen darting through the grasslands with their distinctive black and white striped fur – presumably trying to escape from the tiger.

It’s a tough challenge as it’s a white tiger hiding among the zebras – with similar markings to the zebras.

See if you can spot the secret tiger in just 10 seconds.

In case you need a clue, the predator is hiding behind a bush.

Keep in mind that it has a similar coloration to the zebras – which makes the challenge even trickier.

If you still can’t find the lurking tiger, scroll down to find the solution.

For those who want to crack even more optical illusions, try to find the lucky pup perfectly hidden among this pile of leaves.

And we’ve previously urged readers to spot a camouflaged pup hiding in the woods in this photo.

The daring doggo had sauntered through the trees and managed to blend in with them expertly.

Only a few astute pooch lovers could crack this perplexing brain teaser.

Did you manage to find the tiger?

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Did you manage to find the tiger?Credit: Banking Adda

https://www.the-sun.com/lifestyle/7004045/eyes-marksman-spot-the-tiger-lurking/ You could have the eyes of a marksman if you can spot the tiger lurking among this herd of zebras in ten seconds

Emma James

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