CAN you spot all eight animals hidden in this complicated forest?

If so, congrats – this optical illusion is extremely challenging.

This woodland scene might seem like a peaceful treeline, but it's more than that.

There are eight animals, of all sizes, hidden in the brain-boggling image.

You might be able to spot one or two of the animals right away, especially if you're looking for specific body parts.

For example, there are two animals in the center, and you can see them easily if you're on the hunt for their snouts.


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But finding all eight images is harder than it seems! Here are some expert tips to help you spot all of them.

Start on the far left-hand side, and then scan across to the right.

If you still have trouble, go to the top of the page and work your way down.

Only one animal is tall enough to stretch the length of the whole image.

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You should be able to see the two animals in the center of the frame pretty easily.

On the left-hand side, you'll see three animals, including one rare beast you've probably only seen in the zoo.

On the right-hand side of the image are three animals, as well.

The tallest animal is near the right, and it has two much-smaller animals above its back.

Remember the animals might be facing different directions!

If you're ready for the big reveal, look at the circled image down below.

Were you able to find all eight animals?

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Share this illusion with your family and friends – and grab a timer before you do.

Challenge the whole crew to see who can find all eight animals the fastest!

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