Can you spot the leopard hiding at the Oakland Zoo?

The Oakland Zoo recently acquired a female leopard in the hope that she will develop a “love connection” with its resident male.

Their names are Emma and Lucha, and an update on their progress is forthcoming.

In a tease to this effect, the zoo on Friday shared an image of a camouflaged Lucha, an 11-year-old male, and stated to followers:

“Lucha the leopard is spotted… but can you spot him in this pic?”

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Many in the comments section claimed to have spotted Lucha at first or second glance.

But for others it took a while, perhaps, because there’s a spot in middle of the image that looks as though it could be hiding Lucha.

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Some used the comment section to inquire further about the courtship between Emma and Lucha.

The most likely hiding place, of course, is the base of the tree:

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