IF you can spot the three foxes hiding among the red pandas in this image in less than ten seconds then you probably don’t need glasses.
The image below has baffled optical illusion fanatics as they have struggled to find the camouflaged foxes.
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The crowded image shows a page filled with pandas and mainly consists of the colours white, orange brown and black.
This is done deliberately by the designer to make this brain teaser all the more challenging as its difficult to differentiate between the two animals.
Have you found them yet?
If not here’s a hint, focus on each panda separately and don’t expect them to look different to the foxes.
The only difference between the foxes and the pandas is the bears have brown markings around their eyes.
The answers to this pesky puzzle can be found at the bottom and in the centre of the image, to the left and halfway up and finally in the centre at the top.
Still not found them?
Not to worry, keep scrolling and the answer is at the bottom.
But don’t be discouraged by this particularly difficult challenge, as regularly attempting these puzzles can have surprising perks.
Human curiosity means solving these perplexing puzzles can not only bring a great sense of satisfaction to us but can also improve our IQ.
Previously we told how these images are more than just find and game – some games can actually improve our brains performance.
Psychologists at The University of Glasgow found that staring at an optical illusion can improve eye sight by allowing you to see small print.
And according to ZenBuisness: ” These visual puzzles can give you a good mental workout that can, in turn, help you think more efficiently and solve problems more easily.”
For more tricky teasers see why you’re in the top 5% of the population if you can spot the owl and the frog.
Or see if you have laser vision if you can spot the cat hiding in the bedroom.
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