As adults we pride ourselves on having the fullest use of our senses. Through years of trial and error we have learned how to see what may not be obvious to a child. In each of the photographs below there are 'hidden' images of animals in the wild.
While only one in every ten adults will see the camouflaged animals, two in every five children were able to spot them. Take a glance and take your time!

What is right in front of you?

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A giraffe! Don't worry, you're safe. Giraffes aren't known for eating humans...

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Something is watching you in the bushes...

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Just a cute horned owl waiting for night time.

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Don't be alarmed, but you're about to encounter something..

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An adorable American Pika!

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Can you spot the pretty bird chilling in these trees?

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Pretty Polly! This bird is usually heard before it's seen, so don't worry if you missed it.

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There is a Horned Adder waiting for you in this picture...

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This snake is running for hide and seek champion of the world.

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How many Eagles in this picture...?

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The baby owl is so cute!

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This Spotted Deer is looking right at you...

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This one's a shy little buddy!

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By the time you see this Cheetah, it may already be too late

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The Cheetah see's you, and it's pretty sure you didn't see it....

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This bird isn't dangerous, it's just really well camouflaged

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You have to admit, that's pretty impressive.

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Catch your dinner-spot the squirrel!

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Okay yeah, not a tough one. How many did you get? Post in the comments!

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What is right in front of you?

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A giraffe! Don't worry, you're safe. Giraffes aren't known for eating humans...

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Something is watching you in the bushes...

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Just a cute horned owl waiting for night time.

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Don't be alarmed, but you're about to encounter something..

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An adorable American Pika!

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Can you spot the pretty bird chilling in these trees?

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Pretty Polly! This bird is usually heard before it's seen, so don't worry if you missed it.

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There is a Horned Adder waiting for you in this picture...

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This snake is running for hide and seek champion of the world.

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There are three Eagles in this picture...

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The baby owl is so cute!

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This Spotted Deer is looking right at you...

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This one's a shy little buddy!

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By the time you see this Cheetah, it may already be too late

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The Cheetah see's you, and it's pretty sure you didn't see it....

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This bird isn't dangerous, it's just really well camouflaged

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You have to admit, that's pretty impressive.

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Catch your dinner-spot the squirrel!

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Okay yeah, not a tough one. How many did you get? Post in the comments!

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