Can you see the rabbit on the rocks in less than nine seconds? Look for its large ears for the best chance of seeing it.
There is a pair of pricked ears in this image, somewhere among the rocks on this jagged mountainous surface.
Look long enough and you will finally see a small rabbit perfectly camouflaged against the brown colored background.
Even the most eagle-eyed among us will have a hard time finding the little creature, but if you squint hard enough, you just might be able to spot it.
So, will you be able to spot it on the first try or will you be left scratching your head?
Take a look at the image below and let us know how it went in the comments.
Even the most astute will have a hard time spotting the rabbit in this image, as it is perfectly camouflaged among the rocks. Can you find it?
The image was first shared on the Reddit social media platform, and users were left stumped, unable to find the little bunny.
Use this time wisely and scan the images from top to bottom to find the little bunny. Be careful: you may not notice it right away.
Could you see the bunny inside the rocks? And if so, how long did it take you to find it?
Once you’ve found the little furry creature, you’ll punish yourself for not finding it sooner.
But, if you are still struggling, look towards the center and you will see the rabbit perched on top of the rocks.
It was not shared where the bunny is shown, but mountain bunnies, known as Mountain Cottontail, are generally found in the United States and Canada.
This image of the mountain cottontail may help you in your search. Can you find the rabbit now?
Specifically, they can be seen in the east along the eastern border of Montana, in the west by the Sierra Nevada mountains, in the south through central New Mexico and Arizona, and in the north along the United States-Canada border.
The rabbit is medium to large in size, with long hind legs, and is covered in gray-brown fur.
Currently, they are not considered a threatened species; however, they are hunted by predators including coyotes, bobcats, rattlesnakes, and hawks.
There are several species of wild rabbits in North America, most of which are the eastern rabbit.
They generally inhabit the south-central states, southern Canada, eastern Mexico, and Central America. Rabbits are slightly larger than mountain rabbits and prefer meadows and bushy areas.
If you still can’t see the bunny, here is the answer. Prepare to have your mind blown.
You may have mistaken the furry creature for a rock, but it was actually its head, as the rabbit was sitting on top of a rock.
If you’re still scratching your head, here’s a close up of the furry creature perched on the rocks.