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Sask. farmer’s ‘camouflaged sheep’ photos gaining international attention

The photos appear to show a barren snowy landscape, but a closer look reveals dozens of sheep in the photos that are camouflaged by the snowy field. Liezel Kennedy

REGINA – A farmer in Saskatchewan has been receiving international attention after photos she posted on Twitter went viral.

The photos appear to show a barren snowy landscape, but a closer look reveals dozens of sheep in the photos that are camouflaged by the snowy field.

Liezel Kennedy tweeted out on November 4th that she could hardly find her sheep that morning – so far that tweet has had 362 retweets and 441 likes.

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The photos have been seen as far away as the United Kingdom when one of their newspapers posted a story about the photo illusion.

Kennedy added that this isn’t only a early winter problem come spring and summer the sheep can manage to blend in with the landscape.

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The photos appear to show a barren snowy landscape, but a closer look reveals dozens of sheep in the photos that are camouflaged by the snowy field. Liezel Kennedy
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The photos appear to show a barren snowy landscape, but a closer look reveals dozens of sheep in the photos that are camouflaged by the snowy field. Liezel Kennedy
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The photos appear to show a barren snowy landscape, but a closer look reveals dozens of sheep in the photos that are camouflaged by the snowy field. Liezel Kennedy
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The photos appear to show a barren snowy landscape, but a closer look reveals dozens of sheep in the photos that are camouflaged by the snowy field. Liezel Kennedy
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Kennedy added that this isn't only a early winter problem come spring and summer the sheep can manage to blend in with the landscape. Liezel Kennedy
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Kennedy added that this isn't only a early winter problem come spring and summer the sheep can manage to blend in with the landscape. Liezel Kennedy

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