‘Only geniuses’ can spot the two antelopes on the mountain within five seconds

Anyone who has struggled to see their keys on the table in front of them when they are about to leave the house will struggle with today’s brain teaser. This is because the animals you need to find are hiding in plain sight. But if you do manage to find them within five seconds you can declare yourself to be a genius.

All you have to do is find the two antelopes standing on the rocky mountainside in the picture.

It seems simple enough but the pair blend in effortlessly with the pale orangey-brown jagged rocks, the dry grasses jutting out at all angles, and the peachy orange leaves.

The trick is to scan the picture slowly and look out for the smooth lines of the antelopes, but not too slowly remember as you are aiming to find them in five seconds.

Another trick to help you out is to forget about looking to the left of the white tree in the picture, as both antelopes are to the right of it.

One of them is likely to be easier for you to find as it is in the foreground of the image.

The other is trickier to see so don’t worry if you have not seen it as we will be revealing the answer below.

The two antelopes are highlighted in the next picture. Did you find them both without help?

As well as being a fun way to while away five seconds (if you’re a genius) or more time (if you’re like everyone else) optical illusions can in some ways be seen as a metaphor for life.

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If a problem is seeming tricky or problematic then it can help to take a step back and approach it from a different angle to get it sorted.

Daily Mirror reports that the Jagran Josh website says if you found both antelopes within five seconds then you have “high brain power”.

Talking about the optical illusion picture, Jagran Josh explains: “Illusion is derived from the Latin verb illudere, which means to mock or trick.

“Optical illusion pictures are designed to trick the human mind and are regarded as one of the simplest tests to determine attentiveness and cognitive ability.”

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It goes on to say: “These illusions work by manipulating the way our brain perceives visual information, often leading to misinterpretations of reality.

“For example, the famous ‘Rubin’s vase’ illusion can be seen as either a vase or two faces, depending on how one’s brain processes the image. 

“Neuroscientists have used optical illusion pictures to study how the brain creates the perception of reality.

“Individuals who practice optical illusion puzzles on a regular basis seem to be better at problem-solving and observation skills than their peers.”

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