The Internet is a very interesting place, and when it comes to social media portals there is no limit for the kind of creativity one can share.
Recently, an Indian Administrative Services official Dr JK Soni shared an image that left many Twitter users scratching their head. In his post, Soni asked netizens to guess the animal by looking at a part of it. In the image that Soni has shared one can see a heavily edited image of eyes and a bit of the head.
Captioning the photo in his tweet, he wrote, “So dear friends, Can you identify what is this in photo ??? You must appreciate that #Nature is the finest, biggest and most versatile artist. Nature nurtures!”
As expected soon after the IAS official shared the image Twitterati got into a guessing spree. Most of the users guessed the animal as a crocodile.
Have a look at some of the guesses:
Crocodile.....— Rajesh Saini (@rajeshsaini9009) June 25, 2020
Crocodail— Biswanath Das (@Biswana84507210) June 28, 2020
Crocodile— Manoj Kumar (@krManoj_) June 25, 2020
Ullu hai sir ye tou— Sanvaliya Nagar (@NagarSanvaliya) June 25, 2020
Crocodile— B.P.Singh Adv. (@BPSingh02891359) June 25, 2020
🐊— Akanksha Gupta (@PrincessPhinx) June 25, 2020
Crocodile he sir— Pramendra Singh Bjp (@Pramend88088111) June 25, 2020
Crocodile— amar gaur (@Amar01613071) June 25, 2020
Crocodile 🐊 I recognised it in first look.... Must say very cleverly done👍— AARTI Indian (@indian_aarti) June 29, 2020
Crocodile or aligator— अमर लाल मीणा (@amarlalmeena) June 25, 2020
Thanking people for their participation in another tweet Dr JK Soni revealed the correct answer along with the real image of the reptile. He tweeted, “Thank you for your reply. this is a cropped photo of a crocodile- Head parts near both eyes. photo clicked at Chambal, Sawai Madhopur. sharing a lateral view too. I saw 7 huge crocodiles at a stretch of one km.”
Thank you for your reply.this is a cropped photo of a crocodile- Head parts near both eyes.photo clicked at Chambal, Sawai Madhopur.sharing lateral view too.I saw 7 huge crocodiles at a stretch of one km. @BearGrylls @NatGeoPhotos #crocodile #chambalriver @my_rajasthan pic.twitter.com/WNmUqQ27k0— Dr. JK Soni, IAS (@Jksoniias) June 25, 2020