JUST imagine you're walking in this forest and you have been instructed to be on the lookout for a sniper.
Hidden in his real camouflage garb somewhere in the photo is a tactical sniper carrying a rifle, seamlessly blending into his surroundings.
But can you spot him?
The sharpshooter is hiding somewhere in the woodland setting, showing the lengths snipers go to conceal themselves when wearing the right camo clothing.
In a video shared on TikTok, the sniper appears invisible as he monitors the movement of a potential enemy.
If you look closely enough, you can see small signs that give the sniper away, like his gun barrel in the mixture of greens, browns, and greys.
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Once you spot him, you can see the sniper is wearing a ghillie suit, a type of camouflage clothing designed to break up a sniper's shape and make them blend into the surrounding elements – such as foliage.
These camouflage outfits are also worn by hunters and soldiers and can be worn in forests, snow, and sand.
A TikTok user, who goes by the name Milad, said: "It took me 3 secs but I'd be dead by then."
Another user, Benedict Llagas, meanwhile said he spotted the sniper pretty quickly.
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"I thought the black circle thing was the muzzle of the gun, so I stared in[to] it."
And a 17-year-old user Lordwelle added: "I found him – I'm ready for military service."
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