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Offbeat Can you find the mouse hidden among squirrels in this viral brainteaser?

15:05  25 november  2019
15:05  25 november  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Squirrels and mice look similar from far away. But there are a few subtle differences that make this brainteaser possible to crack.

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Squirrels and mice look similar from far away, making this brainteaser by Hungarian artist Gergely Dudás tough to crack.

In his latest challenge, Dudás has hidden a mouse somewhere among a crowd of squirrels. Can you pick it out?

Take a look at the brainteaser:

a close up of text on a white background© Gergely Dudás/Dudolf

Did you find the mouse?

It's there somewhere.

Keep looking.

If you're stuck, here's a hint.

It the only creature with a thin, non-fluffy tail.

If you still don't see it, the answer is below.

Last chance to turn back!

Here it is:

  Can you find the mouse hidden among squirrels in this viral brainteaser? © Gergely Dudás/Dudolf

It's a difficult one, but the mouse is hidden near the top right corner. Its round ears and thin tail give it away.

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