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Offbeat Can You Spot the Dog Hiding Among the Polar Bears?

12:30  15 december  2019
12:30  15 december  2019 Source:   mentalfloss.com

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Can you sleuth out the dog hiding among these polar bears ? But if you want to get even faster at finding hidden objects in images, there are some strategies you can use. Family Games Guide recommends that you follow your first instincts when searching for out-of-place oddities.

Santa paws! Festive brainteaser challenges puzzlers to spot the dog among the polar bears - but can YOU solve it in under three minutes? The challenging festive graphic was created by UK-based Canine Cottages. Can you beat the record of 2 minutes and 49 seconds to find the hidden pup?

a close up of a sign© Canine Cottages

Here’s a delightful fun fact for you: a group of bears is called a sleuth! Can you sleuth out the dog hiding among these polar bears? Challenge yourself with this puzzle from Canine Cottages, a travel website for dog-friendly properties.

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© Courtesy of Canine Cottages. In a new holiday-themed brainteaser from Canine Cottages, there's a dog hiding among a crowd of jolly polar bears . According to Canine Cottages, it takes people an average of 2 minutes, 49 seconds to find the pup. How fast can you spot it?

All in the name of fun! Take a little safari with this video, and see if you can spot the animal in the photograph. You have 1 minute - and keep an eye out

But if you want to get even faster at finding hidden objects in images, there are some strategies you can use. Family Games Guide recommends that you follow your first instincts when searching for out-of-place oddities. Some researchers have even gone so far as to create algorithms that map out the best searching strategies. Where’s Waldo, one of the most famous hidden object search games, has been the subject of several of these experiments. According to one experiment, you should check first in the bottom left part of the image and then move to the bottom right if you haven’t found Waldo by then. But does that strategy hold up for non-Waldo-related search games? You be the judge.

a fabric surface: A hidden image of a dog in a group of bears© Provided by Mental Floss A hidden image of a dog in a group of bears

Did you find the dog yet?

How about now?

On average, it's taken people two minutes and 49 seconds to find it.

When you’re ready to see the answer, scroll down.

a close up of a flag: The dog among the polar bears has been found© Provided by Mental Floss The dog among the polar bears has been found

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