At a glance, this photograph appears to be a picture of a rocky and snow-patched mountainside.
But perching somewhere on the rugged crag, a snow leopard is camouflaged among the crevices hiding in plain site.
Its yellowish spotty fur blends into the North Indian Himalayan rock-face to provide the perfect cover to sneak up on prey or stay hidden from predators.
Despite the name, snow leopards' fur range from white to yellowish gray and are usually found in barren areas in Central Asia's mountains. (Daily Mail)