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NATURE can provide the best camouflage, as long as you know where to look.
A bighorn sheep lamb recently took to the hills to hide and be hard to spot in this new photograph.
The cuddly lamb was recently spotted among the eroded cliffs at Badlands National Park in Wall, South Dakota.
In the sharp photograph, the wild animal seamlessly blends into its surroundings.
In fact the lamb is camouflaged so well, onlookers may not even notice it on a first glance.
Those who do spot it right away, may just have eyes of a hawk.
The image is filled entirely with jagged and tan rocks from the walls of the cliffs.
However, as you look closer at the optical illusion, dark wool and fluffy ears can be spotted jutting out in the middle.
Part of its body is covered behind part of the cliffs, making it more puzzling and difficult to see right away.
Once your attention is focused on the center of the photograph, the lone lamb can soon be clearly seen among the eroded cliffs.
If you are still struggling to find the young bighorn sheep, check the image below for a spoiler.
The camouflaged lamb is circled in red.
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