Spot the leopard!

September 29, 2019 • 7:45 am

I’m conserving my readers’ wildlife photos because few are coming in. (Send me some, please!)

Today we shall have a “spot the. . . ” post, one found on Twitter by gravelinspector. It’s a hidden leopard (Panthera pardus), and the title of this post is thus a triple entendre. I’ve enlarged the photo below the tweet (I can’t find the original by the photographer, Hemant Dabi, but he’s an Indian photographer from Jaipur who has a National Geographic photo page). Can you spot the leopard? I’d call this one “fairly hard.”

Click on the second photo to enlarge it; reveal at 11 a.m. Chicago time. PLEASE DO NOT REVEAL THE LOCATION IN THE COMMENTS, but you’re welcome to say whether you saw it.


19 thoughts on “Spot the leopard!

  1. I copied the link to Google Chrome and it automatically searched for it – this photo seems to be all over the place – including Field And Stream?..,

    1. What goes around n Twitter tends to be going around all over the place. I couldn’t find the original either.

    1. Hmmm, multregional evolution exemplified after 8-ish generations of Nederlands transplantation to African savannahs? You don’t have many ancestors who got chowed by big cats?

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