A Queensland reptile catcher has shared a unique challenge, calling for people to spot the snakes hiding in a series of pictures – a task that has left many puzzled.
Snake Catchers Brisbane, Ipswich, Logan & Gold Coast shared two images of snakes hiding in suburban Brisbane properties, which quickly caused conflicting guesses on Facebook.
In the first picture, two pythons thought they were cleverly hidden from view inside a Corina shed, but they couldn’t outsmart the snake catchers who were called to remove them.
This children’s scooter in an Annerley backyard appears innocent enough.
But on closer inspection, the photo reveals a sneaky serpent whose hide-and-seek skills are next level.
- Can you spot the snake hidden in this pile of compost?
- Can you spot the snake hiding in a pile of twigs?
- Can you spot the snake hiding in this room?
- Can you spot the snake on this Queensland deck?
Spoiler alert: Here’s where the snakes were hiding
While many were quick to spot the first snake in the cracks of the shed, a few had to take a closer look to find its buddy tucked away, poking out from under a wooden beam.
However, the second picture proved a little tougher.
While many mistook patterning on the concrete, or leaves and weeds near the scooter as the snake’s body or head, they were a little off the mark.
Yahoo7 checked with Snake Catchers Brisbane, Ipswich, Logan & Gold Coast who confirmed the reptile’s head was poking out just beside the leaf.