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It is tough to spot a huge panda in the wild these days given that there are only 1,600 massive pandas that exist and are not extinct yet. Such massive pandas happen to be some of the rarest beings in the world. It is no wonder that these pandas have been marked endangered by World Conservation Union’s Red List of Threatened Species. Ilja Klemencov is a Russian artist who has tried spread awareness regarding the extinction of pandas by making such optical illusion. It features a clever panda hiding behind black and white zig zagged lines.
It is no surprise that the image has become viral on the social media. People have experienced quite a lot of difficulty in identifying this panda. If you happen to be one of those people, take the trouble of rotating this image to a 90 degree angle which will make it all very clear to you. In case you are able to spot the panda in the image, you would notice that it is actually a popular logo of the World Wildlife Fund for Nature (WWF). WWF is one of the most vigilant organizations when it comes to working for conservation of pandas.
The caption for this optical illusion is rightly termed, ‘They Can Disappear’. Giant pandas like a diet that comprises of a majority of bamboo. People have been driving these poor beings from lowlands due to deforestation, industrialization and farming. As a result, they currently live in mountains with altitudes ranging from 5,000 to 10,000 feet.