Mark Hamill can’t spot the leopard in this viral photo, can he?

There is nothing quite like taking part in internet trends. Most of them are simply optical and audio illusions, while others might pose a challenge. Unfortunately, there is one that has been rated as very difficult, especially for war of stars star Markus Hamill.

Over on Twitter, Hamill took part in the viral “Find the Leopard Challenge,” which is technically a challenge Where’s Waldo? on steroids. In the viral photo, users were trying to find a leopard that was…hidden somewhere. Unfortunately for Hamill, he was also unable to locate the infamous wildcat.

At first glance, you may find it difficult to find the wild animal in the photo. But luckily some of Hamill’s fans were able to show him where it is. Spoilers ahead for those who want to join the challenge blindly.

This is one of many viral images as wildlife photographers attempted to capture animals that were very well hidden and only someone with a good eye could find them. Another was released in 2021, where a snow leopard was hidden in a photo that included lots of rocks.

According to Peta Pixel, the viral photo in question was taken by photographer Hemant Dabi in 2019. Like everyone else, he didn’t see the leopard when he took the picture, claiming it was “difficult to see.” The photo went viral after it was posted and resurfaced around the internet, which caught Hamill’s attention.

Dabi is a well-known wildlife photographer and has shared other related photos on his Instagram profile — @safariwithhemantdabi.

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Lindsay Lowe

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