You have 20/20 vision if you can spot the snake hidden in the forest in less than 16 seconds

You’ll need your wits about this 20/20 vision test.

The challenge is to find the snake hidden in the forest in just 16 seconds.

TikTok user Nick challenged viewers to find the snake in this video


TikTok user Nick challenged viewers to find the snake in this videoPhoto credit: TikTok/nicks_neature

Success means that you are a perceptive person with masterful visual acuity.

However, failure should be viewed with kindness because this slippery customer is not easy to recognize.

Nick (@nicks_neature), who has 63,000 followers, posted this Video.

He has a passion for rattlesnakes and often relocates them outside of their home environment and back into their natural habitats.

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In this post he presents viewers with a challenge: “Find the snake.”

The expert then rates this task as “easy”.

The scene is perfect for this snake: the base of a tree surrounded by dried bark, vegetation, stones and rocks.

There couldn’t be a more ideal background for a snake to fit into.

Its stealth is a treat, which isn’t the best scenario for players looking for it.

If you failed, we have circled the location in red in the image below.

Several commentators were successful. If you don’t want to know the answer, look away now.

One of them said, “I think it’s in the tree. I think it’s the tail before the rattle.”

Nick replied in the affirmative: “It did it.”

But one viewer gave up: “These types of videos taught me that I wouldn’t do well in the wild.”

If you haven't spotted it, we've circled the location above.


If you haven’t spotted it, we’ve circled the location above.Photo credit: TikTok/nicks_neature

Emma James

Emma James is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Emma James joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing

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