3. The original tweet has over 3,000 retweets and hundreds of replies from people struggling to find the snake.
@SssnakeySci @FarhanTotal I’ve found it!
— SHAFIQ (@shafiqsudin)
@SssnakeySci @AlongsideWild I give up, where is it? Circle in red. With arrows. (I lost 15min of my life here..)
— Jude (@Jxnewton)
@SssnakeySci @AlongsideWild how do you post this and then not post the answer D:
— What duck? (@geeoharee)
@SssnakeySci @AlongsideWild No I can’t spot it!
— Meg (@rio_times)
@SssnakeySci Honestly I zoomed in and found it but when I zoomed out I had lost it again.
— Emma (@emmarhinosfan)
8. Thankfully, snake biologist Helen Plyar– who tweeted out the pic in the first place – returned after a few hours to reveal where the snake was. Don’t click the picture unless you want to give up looking!
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10. BuzzFeed News has contacted Plyer for comment.
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