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‘Snake? Snaaake!’ Deadly Eastern Brown Snake is Almost Too Sneaky

Can you spot the snake in the photo? Andrew’s Snake Removal, from Queensland, Australia, posted this photo on Facebook with the caption: 

Ok let's see who's got sharp eyes and who can spot the snake. Bonus bragging rights if you can name the species as well👍🐍fire away.

It took some commenters more than 10 minutes of staring at the photo before giving up, while others were quick to identify the camouflaged, eastern brown snake in the middle-right section. Honestly, the brown twigs lying around just make it all the more perplexing!

Surprise! The original poster uploaded this close-up photo of the snake peeping from the grass. Were you able to spot it in less than 5 minutes? 

Head over to Daily Mail for the full story. 

(Image credit: Andrew's Snake Removal / via Daily Mail)


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Folks there's no snake in the upper picture, even a blurry one would leave a light colored smudge. I copied both pictures to a picture viewer, the stick & leaves line up but there's nothing that might be a snake like the lower pic shows. I call Bull, it's clickbait.
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You are correct Cluck. The original photo isn't as blurry. Even when I found the original, you still can barely see anything. Once people circled where the snake was, you can barely see anything at all. I don't think it says anything about a persons ability to spot a snake - it's just a bad zoomed out photo.
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So people must have a completely different version of that first photo because it doesn't have the resolution or focus to pick that out
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