Not since that tragic moment we lost Mufasa have I seen so many stampeding wildebeest in one place. This time, there’s even a zebra (or two) thrown in for good measure. If you can find it, that is. Yeah ... and you thought that panda puzzle was hard.

Here's a blown-up version (click to zoom) if you're really struggling:

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Image: Caters

This mind-bending photograph was taken by German wildlife photographer Ingo Gerlach in Kenya's Maasai Mara. The amazing sight unfolding here is the annual wildebeest migration, in which over two million animals make a hazardous journey from Serengeti National Park in Tanzania to the Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya, from July through October. 

According to Gerlach, 80,000 or so wildebeest were on the move when the photo was snapped. "There were that many animals the ground looked black, and the noise was indescribable,” he recalls. (You can see more of his photos of the epic event here.)

Bonus round: It's "possible" there is more than one zebra lurking amongst the wildebeest ranks, so if you're sharp enough to spot another, let us know in the comments!

(Click on the image to reveal.)

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Image: Caters 

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