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I'm always amazed how cameo some critters can be. In the photos on Yahoo I saw them although some took a bit. Maybe us outdoor types see these types of things easier seeing straight lines, horizontal in a vertical world, etc.  and such.
Give them a look for fun.

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I found six out of nine.

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8/9 for me, but I have been good at this sort of thing for some time.  

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I got tired of looking on the third one but found the others relatively easily.  Went back to the third and finally spotted the bird.  It's funny when you spot them they seem to stand right out.

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Which one(s) did you have trouble identifying?  I got 9 out of 9, but it may just be because I knew I was looking for something very camouflaged (if I was actually in the wild, I probably would've missed at 4 or 5)

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I managed to see them all, but one of them took me a minute or two, I must admit. :p  No way I would've spotted even half of them while walking through an actual woods not knowing there's anything to look for.

Edit:  In other words, +1 with EastieTrekker above.


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9/9 - but it's easy when you know you're looking for an animal

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^^^ what the other three said.

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8 of 9. Couldn't see the spider as a flower bulb
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Which ones did you have trouble identifying?

It was mostly the ones I couldn't see.

(I found them all later.)


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I found 8 of them quickly. Took me a little while to see the bird in photo #3. Once I saw it, it seemed so obvious  :p

I saw the spider that looks like a bulb, unfortunately. Spiders totally creep me out!


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Could not see the spider but found it after reading the caption..
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I didn't see the spider or the bird at first. Very neat.

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