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Challenge to find Her Majesty ' s canine in the festive scene will leave puzzlers scratching their heads ! A 'Where's Wally' style puzzle has left fans stumped as they try to spot the Queen ' s corgi in a busy Christmas crowd. Yappy, a UK-based online dog retailer have released a series of search and
The Queen ' s corgis were known for staying by her side, but even Her Majesty ' s furry friends can be difficult to find in a festive flurry. Online dog retailer Yappy has released a series of head -spinning brain teasers to kick off the festive season – but the monarch's four-legged companion might be
A 'Where's Wally' style puzzle has left fans stumped as they try to spot the Queen's corgi in a busy Christmas crowd.
Yappy, a UK-based online dog retailer have released a series of search and find festive brain-teasers to tackle investigative skills.
In a series of four tricky puzzles, the Queen's four-legged friend has dashed away is hiding amid a Christmas scene with Buddy the Elf, Father Christmas and bags of presents. So can you spot him?
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In the images, the cute Welsh dog cheekily hides amid the Christmas trees, toy soldiers, and festive foods.
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The Queen ' s Corgi is an English-language Belgian animated feature film produced by nWave Pictures. The film is directed by Ben Stassen and Vincent Kesteloot
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In the first scene, the corgi is hiding in plain sight, front and centre and tucked behind the snowman.
While the second one head to the back of the scene, to sneak behind the Christmas tree.
The third corgi is hiding in the back right hand side, tucking himself underway beneath someone going sleighing.
And the last corgi clearly has a desire for some dinner leftovers, hiding underneath the turkey drumstick amid some mince pies.
The puzzle comes after a viral cartoonist left fans stumped with his latest brainteaser that challenges players to find the only rabbit without a matching pair.
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The puzzle, created by Hungarian artist Gergely Dudas, also known as Dudolf, shows 29 adorable bunnies sitting in five loose rows.
Each rabbit has a combination of markings on its ears, face and chest, setting them apart from each other.
But while 14 of the bunnies have a twin, there is one lone rabbit whose markings are totally unique.
To make things trickier, Dudolf has given the rabbits different facial expressions and added a smattering of accessories to try and distract players from the identifying features.
His efforts certainly seem to have been successful as dozens of fans took to Facebook to comment just how tricky it was to work out.
One wrote: 'This one's very hard! Ugh. I do enjoy these!' Another posted: 'The toughest one yet.'
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Sharing the answer, Dudolf revealed the lone bunny is located on the row second from bottom.
Describing its markings, one follower said the rabbit looked like 'Homer Simpson with brown ears'.
It is the latest in a string of fiendishly tricky puzzles from Dudolf.Read more
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