You have the eyes of a marksman if you can find the deadly leopard hunting its prey before it strikes

You MIGHT have the eyes of an archer if you can see a deadly leopard hunting its prey before it pounces.

A cunning big cat snuck up on an unsuspecting wild boar while it was grazing all day in South Africa’s Kruger National Park.

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Can you spot the cunning leopard lurking in the bushes? Credit: Kennedy News

At first glance, you may not notice anything other than the sun and bushes in an unusual illusion.

But there’s actually a deadly creature competing for a snack lurking in the undergrowth.

Rodgers Ngomnai captured on video the incredible moment a leopard was about to secure his lunch.

He was riding Lower Sabie when he saw an excited crowd on the side of the road and decided to take a look.

The 49-year-old admitted he initially had trouble spotting the deadly animal on his own.

But the leopard soon found out his point of view when he came out of the bushes to meet the boar in ambush.

So, did you see the big cat fast enough?

If you look a little closer, you’ll notice something sinister rearing its head from the bushes.

The creature proved to be a master of disguise as well as a speedy huntress in this stunning image.

We’ve rounded it up briefly at the bottom in case you still can’t find the leopard.

Rodgers found that the “lazy” leopard turned out to be too slow for its prey, even though the bite was close at hand.

The boar managed to escape to safety because the animal was lagging behind.

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Why not test your eyesight by trying to spot the wily snow leopard in this image in just five seconds?

Or challenge yourself to track down this deadly cougar before it’s too late.

The creature hid in the bushes as it stalked its prey.

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The creature hid in the bushes while stalking its prey Credit: Kennedy NewsBut the boar proved too fast for the 'lazy' leopard

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But the warthog proved too fast for the ‘lazy’ leopardCredit: Kennedy News

Categories: Optical Illusion
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