A photo tweeted by Indian Forest Service officer Sushant Nanda also confused the users of the micro-blogging site. In fact, on Sunday, Sushant Nanda posted a picture on his Twitter handle and questioned whether you can tell what is shown in this viral picture. The figure seen in this picture is of a fungus commonly found in Britain and Ireland. Looking at its shape, it has been named ‘Dead Man Finger’ which is found in many parts of North America and Europe.
On Sunday, the officer shared this picture and challenged the users to identify. However, there were many replies to this post. In this picture, from under the wood that has been kept for a long time, it appears to be a protruding figure like a toe of a human being with five fingers and his nails. Its color is looking gray.
This picture has garnered more than a thousand likes since some scared users were shared on Sunday. One hundred and fifty comments have come on this, in which many users called this picture scary, one user even said that I want to erase it from my memory. Apart from this, this post has been retweeted 122 times. However, many users have also tried very hard to accept the challenge of the officer, some have called it langur, while some have called Chipanji and Gorilla which is completely wrong.