Seek-and-find puzzle challenges players to spot the puppy in a park full of dogs – so can YOU beat the 15 second record?
- Readers are challenged find a single puppy hidden in a park full of dogs
- Task is far trickier than it seems and the current record is set at just 15 seconds
A brainteaser challenges you to find the puppy hiding in a crowded dog park.
The seek-and-find puzzle, created to mark national dog day yesterday, shows a single puppy hidden somewhere among the adult dogs in a green leafy park.
It may seem like a simple task, but it’s far trickier than it may appear – with the fastest player taking 15 seconds to find the puppy.
So can you spot the pup in the sea of terriers, corgis, Labradors and spaniels?
Scroll down for the reveal
The seek-and-find puzzle, created to mark Britain’s national dog day yesterday, shows a single puppy hidden somewhere among the adult dogs in a green leafy park
According to the puzzle creators at pet food company Natures Menu, the average person takes 21.2 seconds to complete the challenge.
Has more time passed and you still can’t find it? Glance towards the top right of the image.
And if you’re really struggling, here’s a giveaway clue: the puppy appears to be a yellow Labrador, and is stealthily camouflaged in something of a similar colour.
Don’t worry if you didn’t manage to find it, as there have been plenty of other brainteasers sweeping the web for you to try your hand at.
It may seem like a simple task, but it’s far trickier than it may seem – with the current record set at an impressive 15 seconds. Look closely and you’ll see the puppy in the top right of the image
A recent challenge by Holiday Extras asked cunning netizens to find a toaster packed among a stack of luggage.
But with various coloured cases crammed into every inch of the busy graphic, the task isn’t as easy as it may first seem.
According to the experts, the average person takes 43 seconds to find the well-hidden item – but will you find it any faster?
The image was created after the company found that the traditional toaster is no longer the gift of choice for newlyweds.
A second brainteaser, created by Holiday Extras, challenges puzzles to find a toaster amongst a stack of luggage (pictured)
In fact, household appliances were the second-least popular wedding gift (second only to charity donations), with most couples preferring cash (34 per cent) or money towards their honeymoon (32 per cent).
‘Having conducted this research, and learning that 70 per cent of people said they’d use a website that allowed them to add holiday extras to their wedding list, we’ve decided to launch a brand new service called Honeymoon Extras,’ said Seamus McCauley, Editor-in-Chief at Holiday Extras.
‘As with every gift, it’s the thought that counts. But, as our survey shows, times are changing – with couples now favouring experiences over more traditional appliances.’
Give up? The answer is circled in red (pictured) and resides towards the top centre of the busy image