You've got the eyes of a marksman if you can spot the deer hiding in nature in under 10 seconds | The Sun

YOU have the eyes of a marksman if you manage to spot the deer in this optical illusion.

To make your task even harder it is hiding in nature and it is an expert at blending into its background.

The ante is upped even more because you have a clock to beat.

You have just a paltry ten seconds to spot it before it moves.

But there is no doubt you have your work cut out for this quest.

Mr. Deer is so well camouflaged it almost renders him invisible.

And that is just the way he likes it.

This “Spot the buck,” challenge came from TikTok user Joseph ‘Chuck’ Capp (@huckleberry2232).

“Got lost in nature and find yourself," he urges his followers.

Many of them might just do that before they find this antlered guy.

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“Can you spot the buck before he moves," teases Joseph.

The woodland scene is the natural habitat of this buck.

It is the master of disguise against a backdrop of trees, leaves and earth.

But sharp-eyed players were far and few between in this quest.

“I didn’t see it until it moved," said one player.

While another appreciated its ability to become part of the landscape: “That was a good hiding place.”

If your time ran out, don't worry, we have circled the deer's position in the image below.

Perhaps your appetite for optical illusions is yet to be sated.

We have plenty more to choose from.

Hungarian artist Gergely Dudas Dudolf (@thedudolf) has a track record of producing eye-boggling scenes.

They test both the wits and vision of participants.

In the above optical illusion, can you find four cats hidden among the tigers?

These furtive felines do what they do best and blend seamlessly into the background.

The tigers are no help, they are looking after their own – albeit domesticated – kind.

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If this challenge has beaten you, we have circled the location of the furtive felines in the image below.

Better luck next time.

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