When the weather is nice, you can’t go to any park or forest without finding a good number of people walking their dogs.
Dogs love to run around outside, especially when there’s tall grass they can hide behind.
Sometimes they’re too good at hiding, though.
We’ve previously written about a lot of hidden snakes, even venomous ones, camouflaged among leaves.
Well, now there’s a very large dog that’s hiding just as well as most snakes.
Karen Fornos Klein and her Doberman, Ambar, went for a walk outside, and she decided to snap a picture of her sweet pup.
When she looked at the photo, though, she realized Ambar was practically invisible. She posted the image to the Surrey Dog Owners Facebook page, but almost nobody could see Ambar!
Check out the picture Karen took of Ambar below to see if you can find the dog that no one else can seem to spot.
On November 19, 2017, Karen shared the above picture with the Surrey Dog Owners Facebook group.
She wrote, “Spot the dog.”
Here’s the full image. Can you see the dog?
If nobody had told me there was a dog in this photo, I’d think it was just a nice picture of a forest.
Many people who saw the photo felt the same way.
Almost everyone had no idea where the heck the dog was!
The dog you’re looking for, Ambar, is a Doberman.
This is what Ambar looks like. Now, take another look at the picture and see if you can find him.
OK, so let’s break down this picture into quadrants to take a closer look.
Going one quadrant at a time, scan the photo for the dog.
Do you see him yet? No?
Here’s a hint: Ambar is in the third quadrant.
Remember, Ambar is a Doberman, so you’re looking for a big black-and-brown dog.
Here’s a zoomed-in image of quadrant three. Now that you see it more closely, can you spot Ambar?
Still can’t see Ambar? Don’t worry, you’re not alone.
If you’re still confused, the photo below should clear things up for you.
Circled in the photo above is Ambar, hiding perfectly among the brown ferns.
It’s still hard to see him, but you can just barely make out his back, ears, and the top of his head.
Here’s a closeup of Ambar.
Can you see him now? He’s so well camouflaged in this setting!
It’s crazy that such a big dog would be so hard to find!
Once you see Ambar, though, it’s impossible to un-see him!
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