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A photography of a ginger cat sat on a porch has sent the Internet into a frenzy as it tries to guess whether it is accompanied by another cat or just its shadow.
Commenting on the photo user Pentagalon wrote: 'I am so confused right now. Is that a black cat or the orange cat has a weird ass shadow with eyes? But the intriguing image has captured the internet's imagination and received more than , views since its upload as viewers struggle to make sense of the photograph. Although the major giveaway to the second shape being a real, live cat rather than a shadow is its glowing eyes, other users were more sceptical.
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BrewSwillis adding: 'I think this is photoshopped since the cat on the left is casting a shadow whereas the black one is not. And the ginger is a female, named Pete. SO thought she was a male at first Brother and sister. He didn't attempt to explain the lack of shadow on the black cat, however. This optical illusion is the latest in a line of mindbending photographs that have captivated users on social media. In the post, she wrote: 'I stared at this picture for an hour trying to figure out what it was.
Savannah Root from Lamar, Missouri, shared the black and white drawing on Facebook last week and since then the image has had 26, likes, 4, shares and nearly 8, comments. She then invited others to post below about what they thought the image represented. While some managed to spot the hidden silhouette of a cowboy straight away, many were left entirely stumped and thought the painting looked like a bat. More obscure suggestions included a rat hanging upside down with wings, a bird carrying a baby and a penguin doing a wee.
Samantha JH wrote: 'Omg, so creepy! I was staring and staring at it thinking it was a bat upside down then turned away and looked back and BAM I see the man's face in a cowboy hat, half white, half black. Many were left stumped by the image after it was posted on Facebook and 9, people have commented. Meanwhile, Stephen Foley asked: 'Is it a penguin doing a pee male, obviously and licking his lips?
Samuel Rea also guessed wrong: 'Bird carrying a baby. Others were left frustrated by the image having not been able to work out what it was. Victoria MacRae wrote: 'I note that Savannah said not to say what it is once you got it but I'm so grateful for those who did. As interesting as this is, I don't have an hour to spend staring at one Facebook post, I really don't. So, thank you! The red lines in this picture showed people who couldn't work out the image the correct way of viewing it.
Some people spotted the cowboy straight away including Nathan Preshous, who said he spent half-an-hour staring at it as he wasn't expecting it to be so easy. Jennifer Alexander said: 'I never would have seen it. I had to check the comments.
And some people spotted it straight away, leaving them wondering what all the fuss was about. Nathan Preshous said: 'Saw a cowboy straight away and spent half an hour looking for what it was supposed it be, turned out to be a cowboy. With the image causing such a stir online, a number of people started offering tips for those who were unable to see the figure in the drawing.
Barbara Topping wrote: 'Close your eyes and squint at it and it becomes clear. Some people were left really frustrated by the image and others sought to offer tips on spotting the cowboy. Holly Spanjer suggested another technique: 'Place your hand over the dark side, you should be able to see it. Another brain teaser had the web stumped as people were asked to describe the colours of two hearts. One appeared purple while the other seemed bright red. But in fact both answers are wrong. The hearts are, in fact, exactly the same hue - a vivid pink. These two hearts in the image appear to be totally different colours.
One appears purple while the other is a bright orangey red.
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In fact it is the placement of the geometric stripes that fools our brains into seeing something which isn't really there. This gives us a vital clue to how our vision works. The narrator on the video from Bite Size Psych explains: 'If you zoom in on the picture you find that the striped bars aren't actually the same colour'. These surrounding blue bars make the heart seem purple while these surrounding green bars make the heart appear orange. Meanwhile Tim Urban and Andrew Finn of the website butwaitwhy.
The premise of the brain teaser is that you have to choose to eat one of three jelly beans laid out on a stump, two of which are poisonous. All three of the jelly beans are delicious. It suggests that we perceive an objects colour not based on its actual colour but on how it compares to the surrounding colours. Three jelly beans are laid on a stump and you have to choose one to eat, but two of them are poisonous and will kill you. According to the riddle, you decide to pick up the green jelly bean.
But just before you eat it, a man takes away the blue jelly bean explaining that it's definitely poisonous. That leaves the red one on the stump and the green one still in your hand. You get one last chance to change your mind about which one to take. Solving the riddle involves choosing between the red and green jelly beans - one of which is definitely poisonous. You might think that now it's down to two jelly beans that there's a chance you have the poisonous one and decide to stick with green. In fact, it's twice as likely to be poisonous and the red jelly bean is two thirds more likely to be safe.
The blue jelly bean is taken away and you're told it's definitely poisonous. Should you swap with the red sweet or stick with the green? So switching is a good choice two-thirds of the time. The brain teaser was said to test the internet's vision with people able to see everything from a detailed image to just an outline, while others struggled to spot anything at all. Is your eyesight good enough to see the hidden picture inside this red circle?
The brain teaser has appeared online quizzing internet users about whether they can see another shape hidden inside the red blob, above. While some claimed they could see the whole image in perfect detail, others were left scratching their heads in confusion. When the dot is flipped you can clearly see a detailed sketch of a horse complete with a mane and tail, saddle and bridle and grass around its feet. Some people can only see the outline of the image before the red spot is flipped, while others say they can see much more.
Try the test below to see how you get on.
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