Nature is mystical and exquisite – the more you get immersed in it, the more you realize how amazing it is!
Recently, netizens across the world realized this fact when they saw a beautiful optical illusion involving animals.
Noted wildlife photographer from India, Sarosh Lodhi put up a picture on Twitter of two majestic zebras that he had clicked at the Masai Mara National Reserve in Kenya.
The breathtaking picture shows two zebras looking at the camera with their heads blended and appearing as only one.
And the photographer asked a simple question: “Which zebra is in front? Left one or the right one?”
You have a look at the picture yourself before you answer this question!
Which zebra is in front?
— Sarosh (@saroshlodhi) July 7, 2020
And the internet went berserk trying to give the correct answer to the question. People were left scratching their heads to get to the right answer and there were quite a few hilarious answers to the question.
So confusing is the picture that some even thought that the picture has been digitally altered. The photographer clarified, however, that this was not the case.
Have a look at a few responses yourself!
It is right to say that the left one is. However it is best left to you to tell us which is right !
— Rajiv Anand (@rollyanand) July 7, 2020
I would say left one is the right one. But it is left to @saroshlodhi confirm whether what I said is right or not ! 😁
— M L Narayana (@MLN400) July 9, 2020
BOTH together as a siamese twins
— priya balu (@priyabalu_2000) July 7, 2020
And despite all the discussion, no consensus was reached on the answer.
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