Everyone can see the kitten – but you have 20/20 vision & a high IQ if you help him find his lost feather in 12 seconds

THIS mind-boggling optical illusion has puzzle fanatics scratching their heads in pursuit of the answer – but can you find it?

Everyone can see the kitten – but if you can help him find his lost feather in just 12 seconds you may have 20/20 vision and a high IQ.

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The picture shows an adorable kitten peering into a fish bowl after he lost the feather he was playing with.

There are also colourful fish swimming around a luxurious tank trying to show him where it is.

Can you find his feather?

The illusion is made especially difficult as it has lots going on that can distract the eyes from the task in hand.

For example, inside the tank there’s not only brightly coloured fish but also differed coloured seaweed and a castle.

Any luck yet? Here’s a clue. It is in the seaweed you will find your answer.

Don’t worry if you’re struggling, this is one of our most tricky teasers so far, and we have included the solution at the bottom of the page.

Meanwhile, why not try some other optical illusions while you scroll?

Test your brain power and solve the questions in this test to reveal if you have a high IQ.

Or, see if you have the eyes of a predator and spot the bird hidden among the branches.

Psychologists at The University of Glasgow found that staring at an optical illusion can improve eye sight by allowing you to see small print.

And according to ZenBuisness: “These visual puzzles can give you a good mental workout that can, in turn, help you think more efficiently and solve problems more easily.”

How can optical illusions and brainteasers help me?

Engaging in activities like solving optical illusions and brainteasers can have many cognitive benefits as it can stimulate various brain regions.

Some benefits include:

Cognitive stimulation: Engaging in these activities challenges the brain, promoting mental agility and flexibility.
Problem-solving skills: Regular practice enhances analytical thinking and problem-solving abilities.
Memory improvement: These challenges often require memory recall and can contribute to better memory function.
Creativity: They encourage thinking outside the box, fostering creativity and innovative thought processes.
Focus and attention: Working on optical illusions and brainteasers requires concentration, contributing to improved focus.
Stress relief: The enjoyable nature of these puzzles can act as a form of relaxation and stress relief.

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Try to find the hidden frog

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Try to spot the five faces in this image

There they are!

Can you spot the odd one out?

The odd object is tea cup

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