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Find the hidden gift in 10 seconds: a festive puzzle

Julia PeschanskayaLife
A puzzle with a gift

Optical illusions are a powerful tool for improving cognitive skills, memory, attention span, and IQ. Such tasks force the brain to apply critical thinking and find the right solution to a problem.

Jagran Josh has published an interesting puzzle that only the most attentive can solve. Try to see the hidden object in just 10 seconds.

The picture shows a lot of colorful bows and among them there is a gift, you need to find it as soon as possible. Look at the image carefully, every detail matters.

Find the hidden gift in 10 seconds: a festive puzzle

Optical illusions with hidden objects improve attentiveness and concentration on small details. When we look through each part of a picture to find a hidden object, we train our brains to focus on specific details, avoiding distractions.

We transfer this concentration to everyday life, which allows us to better perceive information, set priorities, and remain productive.

If you were able to find a gift in 10 seconds, you can boast not only sharp eyesight, but also a high ability to quickly process visual information and identify small trinkets.

But if you still couldn't find the right answer, it's circled in the picture below.

Find the hidden gift in 10 seconds: a festive puzzle

Earlier, OBOZ.UA published a tricky Christmas puzzle where you need to find the differences in 9 seconds.

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