A photo shared by @SssnakeySci, identified by Mashable as snake biologist Helen Plylar, shows an expanse of leaves.
But there’s more than just leaves in the photo.
The photo supposedly shows a concealed Agkistrodon contortrix, more commonly known as the copperhead snake.
“Cute but venomous, so no touchy!” Plylar tweeted.
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Plylar said the photo was sent to her by a man named Jerry Davis.
After the photo went viral, Plylar posted a note on Twitter, reminding people to respect snakes.
“For everyone enjoying this puzzle, please remember: Snakes deserve to live just as we do. Treat them with care (and) respect, not hate (and) fear.”
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And while there’s no clear indication of where the snakes are in these photos, check out similar photos social media users sent to Plylar: