If you enjoy brain teasers, get ready for a doozy. Solving this hidden-picture puzzle by Hungarian artist Gergely Dudás, who is widely known by the name Dudolf, has become a favorite pastime for people on the internet.
Dudolf’s puzzles have made him a social media star as they offer a chance for his followers to get away from the usual grind and noise of the online world with his free puzzles. It is sure to challenge your brain as you search the illustration, and the whimsical greenery may even perk you up after a day of looking at spreadsheets and text on your screen.
Your mission is to find the frog hidden among the leaves. Can you spot it?
If you aren’t seeing the frog immediately, don’t fret. Here are a few helpful hints:
- Start by scanning the picture slowly, looking at every inch.
- Take a closer look at the bottom portion of the image.
- Look for a frog’s head only.
- The frog is green-colored, but don’t mistake it for a leaf.
- Look again at the right-hand side.
When you’re ready to know the answer, you can find it here on Dudolf’s blog, along with more brain-teasing puzzles. Dudás is the author of multiple illustrated books and has gained a following online for his colorful drawings that double as brain workouts. The hidden frog is just one of many challenges he’s given the world so far.
This hidden snowman picture is also a great challenge. Can you spot the tiny snowman in this pic?
Need a helping hand in figuring this one out? Here are a few tips:
- Once again, scan the picture inch by inch.
- Look at the left-hand side.
- The snowman is located in the upper half of the image.
Still can’t find it? See the answer here on Dudolf’s blog.
Regardless of whether you solved these puzzles in a matter of seconds or not at all, research has shown that exercising your brain with games or puzzles can help keep it sharp and stave off of cognitive decline. Plus, puzzles can be fun! So, there’s no reason not to try them and see if you have an eye for spotting details that other people miss.
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