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A brain-teaser that will challenge you: the answer can be found only by people with a high IQ

Yulia PoteriankoLife
In the photo of two horses, it's not easy to determine whose head, looking into the frame, belongs to whom

Optical illusions that lead our perception to a dead end can be classified in a separate category. It can be challenging for the brain to deviate from the usual way of processing information and draw the right conclusion about what is depicted in the picture. For example, this was the case with a viral photo of a dress that had the entire Internet debating whether it was blue and black or white and gold.

OBOZREVATEL presents a similar type of puzzle that only people with a high IQ and keen observation skills can solve. After all, it confuses even experienced fans of such puzzles.

The photo, which requires careful examination, displays two horses. They are standing head to head, so that only one muzzle is in the frame - the other is hidden behind it. It can be very difficult to figure out whether the head looking into the frame belongs to the left or right horse.

A brain-teaser that will challenge you: the answer can be found only by people with a high IQ

Both animals have very similar colors and are about the same size. This makes it even more difficult to establish the truth. However, an attentive observer will notice an unambiguous clue in the image. We will tell you about it below. If you don't want to know the answer too soon, give yourself some more time to think about the puzzle.

The answer to the optical illusion with two horses

If you look closely at the image with the two horses creating the optical illusion, you will notice one color nuance. The animals have manes of different colors.

The horse marked with the number 1 has a red mane. The mane of horse number 2 is black. And it is the long hair of such a dark color that lies on the neck and on the head of the animal looking into the frame. So, the correct answer to the optical illusion is that the second horse is facing the viewer. And the first one hid behind it.

Earlier, OBOZREVATEL published an optical illusion with a kobzar, in which an attentive viewer can see as many as six faces. Three of them are writers Lesia Ukrainka, Ivan Franko, and Taras Shevchenko.

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