It’s hard enough finding just one hidden animal among a whole lot of other animals, but can you find two?
You wouldn’t think it at first glance, but this amazing photograph of wildebeest on a stampede contains two zebras.
They’re usually easy to spot because of their black and white stripes, but it’s not easy when the image is filled with wildebeest hurtling all over one another.
Okay, so here’s the answer:
Did you spot them?
The image of a wildebeest migration was captured by German wildlife photographer Ingo Gerlach in Maasai Mara, Kenya.
“Every year we see this amazing display of nature – but this sight was more than I ever expected,” he said.
“There are around 1.5 million wildebeest that wander through the savannah in the Tanzanian Serengeti and Maasai Mara.
“There were that many animals the ground looked black, and the noise was indescribable.
“The masses made their way in the direction of the river – firstly cautious, but then the herds behind them pushed their way forward.
“I think there were around 80,000 wildebeest at that point.
“However, the animals hit a wall on the other side of the river where there was a huge, steep wall and many rocks.
“The animals kept slipping on the rocks – there was a stampede and lots of animals were crushed, drowned or became victims of hungry crocodiles.
“The whole thing took about two hours – my adrenaline went through the roof.
“The herd was such a huge size, it really was an unusual sight.”
And it contained another unusual sight - two hidden zebras.