How has nature fooled humans?

Nature always contains strange things that make people "trap" easily. The proof is that with the images below, you will be fooled in a heartbeat: a flower with the shape of a young bird, a mushroom in the ear, an old tree with legs .

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Many people mistakenly think that this is a bird with beautiful pink feathers, but actually this is just a flower.

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Nature has "fooled" people so spectacularly that "laying" "a small stone looks like a piece of grease.

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This carrot must have made many people mistaken for a strange colorful bird.

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The sesame has a visual that makes people think of a dancing mini mask.

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A brown horse with stripes on its body. So in the end is this a brown horse or a zebra?

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The tree has a unique root, is it running away from something?

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And this tree has leaves hanging down like a man waiting to cross the street.

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Strange ears growing trunk? Not at all, this is actually a mushroom-shaped operation that looks like a human ear.

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If you think this is a badly eaten potato, you've got a big trick from course. By simply it is just a stone.

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Another version of "bread in disguise".

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This mushroom looks like a donut covered with chocolate and many people have been tricked from nature.

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Do the drops of water on the petals remind you of a starry night sky?

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The squirrel has a black body but suddenly grows an unrelated yellow tail.

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