Two infuriating new puzzles have been leaving players scratching their heads.
The seek-and-find puzzles show underwater scenes – only one is full of discarded rubbish, and the other full of vibrant sea life.
In the plastic bag puzzle, players are challenged to find the lone jellyfish. In the other, they must find the plastic bag that’s got caught up among the sea creatures.
Scroll down for the answer and more puzzles!
The brand also has released a second brain teaser, showcasing a sea thriving with diverse marine life and challenging readers to spot the plastic bag. Can you see it?
Can YOU find the jellyfish swimming among the rubbish? This seek-and-find puzzle illustrates the damage that rubbish can do to our underwater eco-systems
The puzzles were created by sustainable toilet paper and kitchen roll brand Oceans Plastic Free to celebrate Earth Day.
The creators say the puzzles are so tricky that there is a 10-second record to beat. Do you have what it takes?
If you need a hint, try looking towards the top of the images – both the plastic bag and the jellyfish can be found there. Still struggling? Then scroll down for the reveal.
Simon Howard, from Oceans Plastic Free explained the vibrant puzzles have an important message: ‘With an estimation of 13 million tons of plastic ending up in the ocean each year, it causes a huge impact on our marine life. Visible impacts include ingestion, suffocation and entanglement.
‘Brain teasers such as these can help people visualise how plastic pollution is in fact impacting our marine biodiversity.’
Found it! In this colourful pretty scene of exotic fish swimming a faded plastic bag floats in the background
There it is! In this chaotic scene of floating plastic debris is a small pink jelly fish swimming in the background
It comes after a new brainteaser was unveiled for the Easter bank holiday weekend- and it’s left the most eagle-eyed puzzlers baffled.
The seek-and-find puzzle, created by company Blinds by Post, challenges players to find the Easter egg hidden in the spring scene.
Ready to give it a try? See if you can find the Easter egg in the fastest possible time.
The seek-and-find puzzle, created by company Blinds by Post, challenges players to find the Easter egg hidden in the spring scene
The designer has put a tiny egg into the field of spring flowers so you will have to look really closely if you want to find it.
Try not to get distracted by the variety of coloured flowers in the vibrant design, so you can spot the egg.
Keep looking around, don’t give up yet, keep looking for the tiny egg!
Have you spotted it yet? If you’ve not seen it, direct your attention to the bottom-left hand corner of the image.
Give up? Scroll down to see the answer circled in red.
If you’ve not seen it, direct your attention to the bottom-left hand corner of the image where the answer is circled in red
If you’ve managed to find it and want to try another puzzle, see if you can find the bee buzzing around in this springtime scene.
The seek-and-find puzzle is the work of Hungarian cartoonist Gergely Dudas, better known as Dudolf, who has built a reputation with his glorious creations.
This one shows animals playing in a field of yellow flowers. But somewhere among the blooms there is a single bee.
Only the most eagle-eyed players will be able to spot the bee buzzing around in this springtime scene. So, do you have what it takes?
To try and throw you off, Dudolf has added sweet little touches designed to distract the eye, like a bear with a butterfly catcher.
There is also a hedgehog with an apple on its head and a pair of penguins eating ice cream.
But don’t let these stop you from finding the bee that’s causing all the trouble.
Struggling to find it? Try looking on the right of the image. If you need the solution then scroll down.
The tiny bee is seen flying in the top right of the image, just next to the raccoon who is tucking into his appl
Still want more? Another created by UK company Watches2U, challenges players to spot the Easter bunny’s hidden carrot in a busy spring scene.
Ready to give it a try? See if you can find the pesky carrot in the fastest possible time.
The designer squeezed in dozens of different coloured eggs into the vibrant design, so you’ll have to stay focused if you want to find the carrot.
The seek-and-find puzzle, created by UK company Watches2U, challenges players to spot the Easter bunny’s hidden carrot in a busy spring scene
Try not to fixate on the dancing rabbits frolicking in the field, no matter how adorable they might be.
If you still haven’t managed to spot the hidden carrot, direct your attention to the top right-hand corner of the image.
Give up? Scroll down to see the answer circled in white.
If you still haven’t managed to spot the hidden carrot, direct your attention to the top right-hand corner of the image where the answer is circled in white
It comes just after Dudolf released another festive brainteaser where players were tasked with finding the chick hidden in a colourful springtime field.
The brainteaser has an Easter theme and is filled with bouncing rabbits, Easter eggs and pretty yellow tulips.
Many players admitted they needed help solving the puzzle – so, can you do it without a hint?
The seek-and-find puzzle is the work of Hungarian cartoonist Gergely Dudas, better known as Dudolf, who has built a reputation with his glorious creations. Can you spot the chick?
Even the most eagle-eyed puzzlers have struggled to spot the chick among the flowers and bunnies in bow ties.
If you’re in need of a clue, try taking a closer look at the flowers on the left side of the illustration for any inconsistencies in their design.
You might find the tiny head of a chick poking out from behind a stem.
The chick can be seen hiding behind the ear of a rabbit towards the bottom left of the illustration
Another vibrant brainteaser promises to put your observation skills to the test.
The seek-and-find puzzle, from UK-based online printing company instantprint.co.uk, challenges players to find the single coffee cup hidden in the office supplies.
There are clocks, staplers and notebooks… but can you find the only coffee cup?
The seek-and-find puzzle, from UK-based online printing company instantprint.co.uk, challenges players to find the single coffee cup hidden in the office supplies
To make things trickier, there are a number of reusable and takeaway coffee cups added to the mix. But it’s the traditional mug that you need to keep an eye out for.
The bright colours and patterns will distract the eye – so you’ll have to work extra hard to stay on track.
Need a hint? Try looking in the top half of the image for a white cup.
Still struggling? Then scroll down for the reveal.
It’s there! Right by the calendar and pile of mail to answer