Can you see the leopards in the tree?

Two leopards are hiding in the branches

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Can you see the leopards in the tree?

Forget Where's Wally – can you spot the leopards hiding in this leafy tree?

Unbelievably, there are actually two leopards lurking in the leaves of these photos, that appear at first like simple snaps of a beautiful African landscape.

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Set in the stunning South African Kruger National Park, the majestic leopards' characteristic spots are camouflaged by the leafy tree.

Can you see the leopards in the tree?

The incredible pictures were snapped by South African guide and photographer Arno Pietersen, who was taking tourists through the park.

He explained how the leopard was actually hiding from some predators lurking below.

Arno, 30, said: "The leopards were trapped in the tree because the hyena was waiting on the ground for them.

"There are lots of competition between the predators, and hyenas will try to kill leopard cubs if the opportunity arises."



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