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    This good girl really blends in!

    A pet owner in Olso, Norway, had a brief freakout after believing she'd lost her dog during a walk last month.

    Perched on a mound of snow, the pooch is made visible to the naked eye only after the owner zooms in due to its curl pattern and coat color.

    "The army needs to take a look at this camouflage," YouTuber Richard Wright noted under the clip while another joked that she only sees "a moving butt rock." 


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