CAN you spot the hidden cat among all the skyscrapers? If so, chances are that you have a higher-than-average IQ.
Get ready for a challenge and try locating the cat within 10 seconds in the picture below, filled with rows of black and white tower blocks that are of different shapes and sizes.
Can you find the car hiding among the skyscrapers within 10 seconds?Credit: Reddit
Intricate patterns are featured on the skyscrapers, ultimately making the illusion harder to solve.
Speedy Redditors revealed they were able to identify the cat within five to ten seconds, but some found it tricky to find the animal.
This elusive image, which surely tests your optical power and observation skills, prompted one Reddit user to say: “Omg took me forever.”
Another said: “This took me longer than I’d like to admit.”
And a third Redditor seemed to own up to defeat as they said: “Can’t find it.”
Viewers having difficulty detecting the cat may want to cast their eyes under the word “Can.”
Once the word “Can” is located, you should then be able to make out the cat’s head and whiskers.
Eagle-eyed viewers claimed they spotted the animal within seconds.
“I found it instantly, lol,” one insisted.
Another Redditor didn’t think the puzzle was hard at all, saying: “Found it way too fast.”
Some critics seemed to be disappointed that the puzzle was “too easy.”
Optical illusions have been in existence since the time of the ancient Greeks, who would add optical tricks into their architecture and artwork, experts at FreshersLive.com previously revealed.
If you loved trying to solve that baffling brainteaser, see if you can find the critter that’s hiding among the leaves.
You may be able to say you have the eyes of a hawk if you can spot the kitten hiding in an extremely messy house.
Meanwhile, if you’re seeking a challenge, try to find the cat hiding among the sea of people.
And for more tricky teasers see why you’re in the top 5 percent of the population if you can spot the owl and the frog.
Speedy readers were able to find the animal within secondsCredit: Reddit