You have the eyes of a hawk if you can spot the sneaky lion hiding in the Serengeti… – The Sun

IF you can see the sneaky lion that has been hiding in the Serengeti you must have near-perfect eyesight.
The king of the jungle is hidden in nature surrounded by female lions- can you spot it?
The image shows a beautiful landscape at a national park in Africa.
The picture was captured by photographer Mark Drysdale while he was driving on the Serengeti, in Tanzania.
Mr Drysdale from Johannesburg, South Africa, said: "Because the area is relatively flat, most lion prides will choose a rocky outcrop to have a lookout for the passing herds of Wildebeest and Zebra.
"The lion pride is spread out over the rock, sleeping in the shade to shield themselves from the heat of the day.
"It's good to find the predators in the vast Plains."
If you haven't managed to see the lion focus on the right side of the picture.
The lion is sitting on top of the rock in front of the tree.
Another way to check your eyesight is to see whether you can spot two cats hiding on the bookshelf.
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