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Twitter Is Going Crazy Looking For A Snake In A Pile Of Leaves

Refinery29 logo Refinery29 27/04/2017 Natalie Gontcharova

Refinery29 © Photo: Pexels. Refinery29 A photo posted by a PhD student in snake biology has gone viral because Twitter users are trying to spot the hidden snake in the pile of leaves. (For the record, nope, we still can't see it โ€” and it's driving us crazy.)

Twitter user @SssnakeySci (a.k.a. Helen) presented the world with this puzzling photo:

"Difficult but I found it eventually (once I had actually put my glasses on)," tweeted Chloรซ Dalglish.

Helen admitted her real reason for posting the mind-boggling pic: "Because I'm a terrible grad student who had a final paper sorry!" Aha. No apologies needed.

Others gave helpful hints for finding the snake. "Exactly in the center of pic. Kindly zoom it and [then] you need to see the dark maroon color snake stripes," wrote Ashish Aswal.

Many found it infuriatingly hard to see the snake even once they found it.

"Even when you see it, it keeps disappearing. #camouflage," tweeted Katy Turner.

Lots of people were wrong when trying to spot it. Hint: It is NOT on the bottom left. Try again, @CaesarLuciano.

Is it really any shock that Snake Search 2017 turned into a meme?

Also, um, RUDE. T-Swift would not be pleased:

Finally, Helen shed some light on where that snake is hiding.

We finally found it after our clever intern pointed it out. Thanks, Ally!

Being a snake scientist, Helen finished with a PSA about snakes:

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