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Are you being watched? Brainteaser challenges puzzlers to see the pair of eyes staring at them

Ever felt like someone is looking at you? Well, this brain teaser does just that – but can you spot the pair of hidden eyes?

Created by data protection company Rightly.co.uk, the tricky brainteaser has a pair of cartoon eyes disguised among a sea of ​​similar shapes.

The creators have revealed that it takes the average person between a minute and a half to discover the hidden object.

So, how long will it take to see the intruder’s eyes?

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A tricky new brain teaser (pictured), taken by data protection company Rightly.co.uk, challenges puzzlers to discover the hidden pair of eyes

A tricky new brain teaser (pictured), taken by data protection company Rightly.co.uk, challenges puzzlers to discover the hidden pair of eyes

The puzzle aims to illustrate how difficult it can be to tell if someone is ‘looking’ at your personal information online.

It contains a range of identifiers, bank cards, social media accounts and other forms of personal information.

If you’re having a hard time seeing the spy eyes in the busy image, try looking to the left.

Give up? Scroll down to see the answer highlighted in black.

There they are! How long did it take you to find the peeping eyes? The average time is between one and a half minutes

There they are! How long did it take you to find the peeping eyes? The average time is between one and a half minutes

There they are! How long did it take you to find the peeping eyes? The average time is between one and a half minutes

Below, another busy brain teaser challenges you to find the bumblebee among the flowers – and it’s a lot more tricky than it might seem at first glance.

Created by British company Swift Direct Blinds, the puzzle features flowers of all colors and shapes, with only one insect hidden somewhere in the scene.

Makers have revealed that the current record stands at an impressive 63 seconds – so, how long will it take?

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A new brain teaser (photo), created by British Swift Direct Blinds, challenges puzzlers to find the bee hidden among the flowers

A new brain teaser (photo), created by British Swift Direct Blinds, challenges puzzlers to find the bee hidden among the flowers

A new brain teaser (photo), created by British Swift Direct Blinds, challenges puzzlers to find the bee hidden among the flowers

The colorful image is probably the closest you can get to hay fever sufferers to a bunch of flowers, but can you prove yourself as a king or queen bee and find the disguised insect in the fastest time?

If this is the most complicated display of flowers you’ve ever seen, here’s a helpful clue. The buzzing bee is on the edge of a yellow petal.

Still watching? Before you get to the top left corner, pass this busy bee on the way.

But don’t worry if you didn’t manage to complete the tricky challenge this time around, because it’s just the latest in a long line of brain teasers sweeping the web.

If you are struggling to find the answer, look at the top left corner of the image, where you will find the answer circled in green (photo)

If you are struggling to find the answer, look at the top left corner of the image, where you will find the answer circled in green (photo)

If you are struggling to find the answer, look at the top left corner of the image, where you will find the answer circled in green (photo)

As the heat waves continue and lockdown measures in the UK start to wane, many people are booking staycations to soak up the sun.

And GalaBingo.com helps puzzlers get in the mood by challenging people across the country to spot the hidden seagull in a busy summer-themed illustration.

The brainteaser shows a sky filled with hot air balloons, airplanes and other objects related to summer vacations – with the bird sneaking on one item.

Many struggle to solve the puzzle in less than a minute – so can you set a new record?

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A tricky brainteaser is puzzlers from all over the UK scratching their heads trying to find the bird in the crowded sky

A tricky brainteaser is puzzlers from all over the UK scratching their heads trying to find the bird in the crowded sky

A tricky brainteaser is puzzlers from all over the UK scratching their heads trying to find the bird in the crowded sky

Gala Bingo claims that many people squint and struggle to find the hidden seagull.

Their research found that 73 percent of people had to search for more than 60 seconds and 27 percent gave up before they could find the solo bird.

If you have trouble spotting the coastal animal, take a closer look at the clouds at the bottom of the image.

This brain teaser is just the latest in a series of hard to solve puzzles.

Circled to the bottom of the brainteaser, the solo seagull sits on a cloud - have you seen it?

Circled to the bottom of the brainteaser, the solo seagull sits on a cloud - have you seen it?

Circled to the bottom of the brainteaser, the solo seagull sits on a cloud – have you seen it?

Another new brain teaser designed to challenge the Internet’s knowledge of chocolate has been released ahead of World Chocolate Day.

Created by Reflect Digital, sweet-toothed players are challenged to solve a series of clues referring to the well-known brands of 50 chocolate bars and candy.

The busy scene features a number of quirky scenarios that have inspired the names of Europe’s most popular treats.

Many struggle to get a perfect score, but can you rise to the challenge?

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Quirky New Brain Teaser (pictured) challenges the internet's knowledge of Europe's most popular treats ahead of World Chocolate Day

Quirky New Brain Teaser (pictured) challenges the internet's knowledge of Europe's most popular treats ahead of World Chocolate Day

Quirky New Brain Teaser (pictured) challenges the internet’s knowledge of Europe’s most popular treats ahead of World Chocolate Day

The Reflect Digital team designed the puzzle ahead of World Chocolate Day on July 7. The annual celebration marks the day in 1550, when chocolate was introduced to Europe.

Becky Simms, CEO of the digital marketing agency, explained the inspiration behind the puzzle.

She said, ‘Yes, we made another Find 50 game! This time it’s all about the things we all love – chocolate and candy!

“Our 1990s quiz was such a big hit, so we wanted to challenge people even more with this quiz, entertain people across the UK and of course mark World Chocolate Day.”

Among the chocolates hidden in the puzzle are those created by Nestle and Cadbury.

Becky added, ‘There are some simple confidence building tips and some classic sweets for the connoisseurs out there, however, it is just as addictive as chocolate and it will be impossible to get off your computer!

‘I’m excited to see how many people can find all 50’.

Among the chocolates referenced in the brainteaser are those made by Cadbury, Mars and Nestle

Among the chocolates referenced in the brainteaser are those made by Cadbury, Mars and Nestle

Among the chocolates referenced in the brainteaser are those made by Cadbury, Mars and Nestle

Another tricky hidden object puzzle challenges players to find the snake hiding in the jungle.

The brainteaser shows a jungle scene in shades of green, with birds fluttering between branches and dense foliage in the background.

But the single winding snake is almost impossible to find.

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The brainteaser, created by children's illustrator Gergely Dudás, from Budapest, Hungary, shows a mass of green and yellow leaves with deceiving parrots

The brainteaser, created by children's illustrator Gergely Dudás, from Budapest, Hungary, shows a mass of green and yellow leaves with deceiving parrots

The brainteaser, created by children’s illustrator Gergely Dudás, from Budapest, Hungary, shows a mass of green and yellow leaves with deceiving parrots

The Brain Teaser is the latest creation from child illustrator and viral puzzle sensation Gergely Dudás, from Budapest, Hungary, better known as Dudolf, who shared the message on his Facebook page and website.

The provocative graphic, produced by the Fox & Rabbit illustrator, prompted fans of Dudolf’s work to say it is ‘very difficult’.

If you’re looking for a place to start, start by working from left to right and look between the leaves to see if anything is hiding.

Don’t be put off by the vine leaves and parrots as you make your way through the jungle to find the snake.

And if you’re still having a hard time, look closely at the patterns on the leaves to see the creature.

Give up? Then scroll down to find the answer highlighted in the blurred jungle scene.

The snake can be seen on the left of the jungle image hiding among the leaves

The snake can be seen on the left of the jungle image hiding among the leaves

The snake can be seen on the left of the jungle image hiding among the leaves

Another incriminating puzzle challenges players to find the lipstick in the lips in a packed image.

But with hundreds of pink pout in the mix, the puzzle created by Professional Beauty Direct may seem trickier than it first looks.

Rosie Barrington, Senior Client Handler at InEvexco and Professional Beauty Direct (in West Malling), said, “We’ve made this brain teaser before salons reopen next month, pending the latest government advice.

A tricky new puzzle created by Professional Beauty Direct challenges the nation to find the lipstick between the lips in a tricky new brain teaser

A tricky new puzzle created by Professional Beauty Direct challenges the nation to find the lipstick between the lips in a tricky new brain teaser

A tricky new puzzle created by Professional Beauty Direct challenges the nation to find the lipstick between the lips in a tricky new brain teaser

“With an average time of 15 seconds to finish the game, we look forward to seeing the record break.”

And if you’re struggling to find the answer, here’s a clue.

Feast your eyes to the top of the picture and you may have a chance to find the well-hidden object.

The answer is at the top of the busy image and can be seen highlighted in red (pictured)

The answer is at the top of the busy image and can be seen highlighted in red (pictured)

The answer is at the top of the busy image and can be seen highlighted in red (pictured)

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