Tricky optical illusion has 10 hidden faces – but only geniuses can spot all
Optical illusions can be quite difficult to complete at times.
Often brainteasers could take a lot of time to solve, while others are quick and simple. Now the latest one is requiring you to solve in less than 30 seconds.
The challenge is asking you to spot all the 10 hidden faces in the puzzle. The picture is an illustration published in The Duluth Herald in 1914, reports the Times of India.
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The key to solving the brainteaser is to pay attention to the smallest of details, so can you do it? Make sure you let us know how you get on below!
The time limit can add pressure but it's crucial to keep calm and focused as you go. These kind of optical illusions are a great way to test your brain and improve your IQ skills.
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Experts believe this sort of brainteaser could keep your mind sharp and engaged, they can also provide a variety of mental and emotional benefits.
Are you looking for more optical illusions? Previously, only people with "high IQs" can spot animal lurking in this mind-boggling optical illusion.
With this illusion, the animal is well hidden and camouflaged. So if you think you've got what it takes, it could leave your head spinning.
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On another occasion, only people with eagle-eyes can spot football within 51 seconds in this tricky puzzle. And can you spot all the snowmen in this brainteaser?
In the image, your being challenged to find all eight snowmen hiding away in the Christmassy scene. The festive characters can be hard to find.
Previously, only people with sharp eyes can spot the number four in a baffling optical illusion. The test, created by Daily Star with the help of AI, asks you to find the number hidden.
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