Optical illusions test more than just your patience.

They can be used to boost your intelligence or even discover other abilities. Now the latest one is bound to put your eyesight to the ultimate test.

In the image, it shows a picture of a tree. But if you look really closely, there's more to it at first glance, so can you see what it is?

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So your task is to find the hidden owl in the image in quick time. Make sure you stick a timer on and see how you get on with this optical illusion.

We can assure you it won't be easy to see at first as the creature is camouflaged within the tree. This optical illusion is a visual image used to fool your brain.

Still struggling? Scroll down below for the answer…

Studies in the past show that regular practice with optical illusions can improve your concentration and attention span to prevent cognitive decline.

It is believed only people with supersonic vision can spot the owl in the image. You could start by scanning around the middle of the image.

Are you looking for more optical illusions? Previously, a tricky optical illusion with 10 faces left people baffled as only "geniuses" can spot all.

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On another occasion, only people with "high IQs" can spot animal lurking in this mind-boggling optical illusion. With this illusion, the animal is well hidden and camouflaged.

Also only people with eagle-eyes can spot football within 51 seconds in this tricky puzzle. And can you spot all the snowmen in this brainteaser?

In the image, your being challenged to find all eight snowmen hiding away in the Christmassy scene. The festive characters can be hard to find.

Finally, an AI-generator helped us create an optical illusion only people with sharp eyes can spot the number four.

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