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Can you see it?

There is a small animal in plain view in this image.

It is not a big animal and you would expect to find it as a pet in many homes.

They are known for taking long naps.

It was posted online on a Reddit post in 2016.

The animal's name is reportedly Lloyd and he is lying down.

Can you see him?

Show me where he is!

Well done if you spotted it, you are ready for 2018.

There will be lots of stories that will require you to look again and question if what you see initially is what is actually going on.

If you did not see it, feel better by sharing this with someone and challenge them to find it. Odds are they won't either.


This article first appeared on CapeTalk : Can you see it?


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