Almost everybody gets it wrong on the first try: Can you spot the panda among the snowmen?
At first glance, this optical illusion just consists of a lot of snowmen. But somewhere in the picture, there’s a stealthy panda hiding.
So, the challenge is to find the sneaky panda. It’s easier said than done!
Can you do it? Ready, set, and go!
This one is really tricky. Nobody in my family could do it on their own! If you didn’t spot the panda, don’t fret – the solution is shown below.
There it is, in the upper right corner. This is one of the trickier ones so far.
Only a few people see all the faces in this picture – how many can you find?
How many faces can you see?
In the picture below you can see two faces and a tree. But the challenge itself is to find more than that.
The origin of the picture is unclear, but according to most forums on the Internet, the number of faces you see depends on your memory.
Of course, do not take this information too seriously, it’s always a fun challenge! Look at the next picture, and then, check what your “number” says about your memory.
Here are the results
Two to four faces
The two faces right at the tree are easy to find. But if you only succeed in finding two to four, it could mean that you have a bad memory.
Five to six faces
Did you find more than four faces in the image? Nice, keep looking, but if five or six is all you can find, it means your memory is okay.
Seven to eight faces
If you found seven or eight faces, your memory is good, but not great. Continue to practice with this type of puzzles!
More than nine faces
Congratulations if you found nine or more faces! Your memory is the sharpest and you never forget a face!
Did you spend a lot of time looking for faces in the picture? Below you can see most of them!
How many faces were you able to find?
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