Do you like puzzles? Well, we’ve got a good one for you. This photo, that was taken in October 2019 in the Rio Mora National Wildlife Refuge in New Mexico, USA, is currently causing quite a stir on social media. Why? Because there is a mountain lion hiding in the photo about to pounce on its prey. Only the most astute internet users have managed to spot it. Have you? View this post on Instagram #TrailcamTuesday At first glance this image may not look like much, but actually it is one of the most unique and awesome camera trap images we've ever seen..! Why do we say that...? There is a MOUNTAIN LION in this photo, following the elk! Take a moment and see if you can spot this elusive predator. We'll leave a hint in the comments! How amazing!? Kudos to the eagle-eyed researcher who noticed this while going through hundreds of photos! Image credit: Rio Mora National Wildlife Refuge, New Mexico, USA (via Facebook) . #riomoranationalwildliferefuge #mountainlion #mountainlions #mountainlionsofinstagram #bigcatsofinstagram #bigcatsofig #bigcatsofinsta #puma #pumas #elk #arroyo #predator #wildlife #cameratrap #cameratraps #cameratrapping #trailcamera #fieldcamera A post shared by The Cape Leopard Trust (CLT) (@capeleopardtrust) on Jul 7, 2020 at 8:26am PDT The huntWhen you first look at the photo, you immediately see what appears to be an elk (a deer found in North America and Asia) peacefully grazing in the middle of a wooded area. Nothing seems to indicate that it is in danger and about to become a mountain lion’s next meal, and yet, it is.SPOILER!Still can’t find it? Well, since we’re feeling nice, we’ll help you a little by zooming in on the photo. If you don’t like spoilers and want to find it for yourself, stop reading now, and congratulations to those who managed to find it on their own.We're warning you: scroll a bit more and you'll have your answer!TwitterFlora and wildlifeIn case you weren’t aware, the Rio Mora park is very rich in flora and fauna. You can find lots of different animals including mountain lions, just like the one in the photo, but also jackals and bison that roam freely in the high meadows, lakes and steep mountains surrounded by the Mora River which give the park its name.