The latest puzzle to bamboozle the internet could leave you with double vision, as it challenges you to spot a pair of twins on a busy beach.
In a scene familiar to thousands of parents who have taken their kids to the seaside over the heatwave, dozens of children are seen frolicking in the surf.
The animation sees up to 40 kids playing in the sand, framed by palm trees and seen against a backdrop of mountains and sea.
Amid sandcastles, bouncy balls, toys, food and even a flying fish, identical siblings are hidden… but can you spot them?
The latest puzzle by UK parenting site Channel Mum is bamboozling the internet and could leave you with double vision, as it challenges you to spot a pair of twins on a busy beach
The puzzle was concocted by parenting experts ChannelMum.com, whose spokesman, Siobhan Freegard, said: ‘Every parent will know what it’s like to look at a sea of other kids and wonder exactly where their child is.
‘And for those with twins, it’s double trouble – which is exactly the case in this fiendish puzzle.
‘One clue we can offer is that although the twins are indeed identical, they don’t look exactly alike – you’ll see why when you spot them.’
The website, described as a community for parents, is popular among young families looking for support and advice on parenting.
The identical twins- one wearing a hairband and one sporting glasses, are circled playing at opposite ends of the beach in this infuriating puzzle
A recent survey ran by the site’s mothers, revealed they believe the most important attribute of being a good mum is ‘always being there when your child needs you’.
Answering your child’s questions dozens of times is seen as essential by two thirds of parents, while doing the domestic drudgery – such as cooking, washing and cleaning out of love – is also considered key.
Ninety-one per cent say ‘wanting your child’s happiness more than your own’ is a sign you are a mum, while 86 per cent believe ‘loving your child unconditionally’ is the mark of a good parent.
Other qualities women need include ‘going without so your child has what they need’ and giving your children your time for bedtime stories and cuddles on the sofa.
Ladies also believe you need to be home every night to tuck all your children into bed and be willing to dish our hugs and kisses on cue.