Only 1 out of 100 people manage to find what's hidden in this picture - is that you?

Many of you tell us that you like our little games.

Only 1 out of 100 people manage to find what's hidden in this picture - is that you?

Many of you tell us that you like our little games. But some of you find them too easy. Really ? No problem ! Here is an observation challenge with high difficulty. So much so that out of 100 players only 1 finds the solution. Will you be the one or this one?

You have been warned, this observation game is formidable. Let us tell you a story that may put you on the right track. Once upon a time there was a man who was going on a hike with his children, when, in the middle of a break, he was surprised to discover a perfectly camouflaged creature among the rocks. He says: "I was about to lean against the rocks to say something to one of my children when something caught my eye. He was perfectly silent and completely still. He was perfectly camouflaged, but it was undoubtedly about...". Stop! We can't tell you more.

Here are the game rules of this game: you will have to look at the photo below and identify which animal is hidden and especially... where. A word of advice: you can click on the image to see it better. If you can't find it, you can continue reading, we won't reveal the solution to you immediately but we will give you a hint first. Ready ? Here is the picture:

If you found it, let us say BRAVO. Because this game was particularly complicated. Go immediately and challenge your friends: click here to mark their names in the comments of our Facebook post and see if they will be as observant as you. You did not find ? So we'll help you out a little bit with a hint. Know that what you need to look for looks like this:

Copperhead snakes are a species of venomous snake that can be found in the eastern and central United States, with the exception of Florida and southern Georgia. They are recognizable by their flesh-colored body, dark hourglass-shaped stripes, and copper-colored head, from which they get their name. Despite their venom, copperhead bites are quite rare. If left alone, they are not dangerous at all. They are venomous, but their venom is considered mild and 99.99% of bitten victims survive. Now that you have this clue, you can revisit the picture to try to find the snake in the picture. If you can't, you can continue reading this article to get the solution.

The copper-headed serpent is hidden to the left of the pebble, wrapped in dead leaves. We see his head blocked against the stone while his body is rolled up, only betrayed (or masked?) by its scratches. You asked for a hard game, you got it! If you can't find it, ask your friends to give it a try to see if they can beat you. To do this, click here to mark their names in the comments of our Facebook post.

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