Can You Find the Cat in This Photo Full of Owls? Tons of People Are Having Trouble

Can You Find the Cat in This Photo Full of Owls? Tons of People Are Having Trouble

December 28, 2015
Can you tell the difference between owls and a cat? You might be surprised then by how hard it is spot the cat amongst a group of owls in a new viral illustration.
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The illustration was drawn by Budapest-based artist Gergely “Dudolf” Dudás and is a follow-up to another illustration he shared earlier this month that had netizens pulling out their magnifying glasses to find a panda hidden amongst snowmen. That illustration has since been shared over 182,000 times on Facebook.
If you’re having a hard time differentiating the cat and panda from the owls and snowmen, here’s a hint: focus on the noses.
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