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Sarosh Lodhi, a wildlife photographer from Nagpur, India, travelled to Kenya last year to visit the Maasai Mara National Reserve.
Home to lions, African leopards, cheetahs, and elephants, he had a lot to work with in terms of wildlife photography.
It’s a tough gig, but I guess somebody has to do it.
One image in particular, though, caught public attention after he posted it on Twitter and asked which of the zebras was in front.
So, is it the left one or the right one?
People can’t seem to agree which zebra is in the foreground, and the debate rages:
No, Maya. Be better.
Lodhi spoke to Business Insider about how the photo came to be:
“I was clicking a dazzle of zebras in Maasai Mara, trying out various creative images,” he told Insider. “That’s when I saw these two approaching each other. Expecting some interaction or nuzzling between the two, I kept my focus glued on to this pair. They kept coming closer and closer and to my utter amusement they reached an alignment that caused a total illusion.”
If you’re desperate for an answer, Lodhi says it’s the one on the left.
But, knowing the internet, it’s probably still up for debate.
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