Where's the bear? See if you can spot Luna in this Bavarian forest as she plays hide-and-seek with her cubs

  • Mother bear and her four-month-old cubs were in Neuschönau in the Bavarian Forest National Park
  • Photographer Ingo Gerlach snapped the trio after waiting four days to capture the perfect picture 

If you go down to the woods today, you'd better go in disguise... at least that's what one mother bear decided to do as she played hide-and-seek with her cubs. 

Proud mum Luna posed with her four-month-olds at Neuschönau in the Bavarian Forest National Park.

They were photographed next to a tree, where one of the two youngsters was clearly camera-shy - barely poking its face from behind it.

Luna then hid among the trees... but how long will it take you to spot her?

Luna the bear is hiding somewhere in Neuschönau in the Bavarian Forest National Park. But where is she?

Luna the bear is hiding somewhere in Neuschönau in the Bavarian Forest National Park. But where is she?

If you go down to the woods today... The brown bear was in the park with her pair of four-month-old cubs

If you go down to the woods today... The brown bear was in the park with her pair of four-month-old cubs

Photographer Ingo Gerlach snapped the trio after waiting four days to capture the perfect picture.

Ingo, 63, said: 'Bears are the most important predatory animals in Europe - I especially love the babies.

'It's extremely difficult to capture them as they tended to stay well hidden in the bushes so patience is key.'

There she is! Luna blends into the background as she gives her young family a lesson in the art of camouflage

There she is! Luna blends into the background as she gives her young family a lesson in the art of camouflage

Photographer Ingo Gerlach snapped the trio after waiting four days to capture the perfect pictures

Photographer Ingo Gerlach snapped the trio after waiting four days to capture the perfect pictures

Ingo, 63, said: 'Bears are the most important predatory animals in Europe - I especially love the babies'

Ingo, 63, said: 'Bears are the most important predatory animals in Europe - I especially love the babies'

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