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Can you spot the worm among the birds in this tricky puzzle?

The eagle-eyed bird catches the worm in this tricky new puzzle.

People in the UK are challenged to find the earthworm hidden among the feathered flock in this mind-boggling brain teaser.

It was created on the occasion of the launch of a new website Nest friends, which allows parents to teach children about the variety of birds that exist in the UK.

Every British breed has turned into a bright, powerful character with simplified markings so that kids can easily identify them – but that doesn’t make finding the nasty worm any easier.

On average, it takes users 30 seconds to find the invertebrates – so can you beat the record?

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This brand new brain teaser was created on the occasion of the launch of a new Nest Friends website, challenging players to spot the worm in the birds

This brand new brain teaser was created on the occasion of the launch of a new Nest Friends website, challenging players to spot the worm in the birds

Rick Oliver, 35, from Kings Hill, Kent, came up with the idea for the website at the start of the lockdown.

He said, “Nest Friends is a fun, educational online resource for parents of young children to help them learn about the birds they can see in their gardens, on walks, or out the window.

“I made it as a way to keep young children entertained during the lockdown measures taken.”

If you are having trouble finding the worm, look at the left side of the photo.

Still not working? Look at the blue and white dotted bird almost halfway through the puzzle.

Still not able to find the worm? Look at the blue and white dotted bird in the center left of the image - the worm is underneath

Still not able to find the worm? Look at the blue and white dotted bird in the center left of the image - the worm is underneath

Still not able to find the worm? Look at the blue and white dotted bird in the center left of the image – the worm is underneath

Another tricky brain teaser challenges players to recognize the names of 18 brands in the mind-blowing image below.

The say-what-you-see puzzle, created by the UK online training provider High speed training, shows an image full of companies, all started from home.

Most people have only been able to find 11 so-called ‘home preneur’ companies – so can you beat the record?

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This say what you see puzzle is full of the names of 18 differences, but most people can only identify 11. How well are you doing?

This say what you see puzzle is full of the names of 18 differences, but most people can only identify 11. How well are you doing?

This say what you see puzzle is full of the names of 18 differences, but most people can only identify 11. How well are you doing?

The companies’ names are all hidden as clever visual cues – and some are easier to decipher than others.

Players need lateral thinking to guess them all, so spend time before guessing.

For those who struggle to list all 18, you can find the answers circled in the image above (pictured)

For those who struggle to list all 18, you can find the answers circled in the image above (pictured)

For those who struggle to list all 18, you can find the answers circled in the image above (pictured)

How many brands have you identified?

1) Tangle Teezer

2) Card factory

3) Cambridge Satchel Company

4) Trunki

5) Under Armor

6) I saw it first

7) Levi Roots Reggae Reggae Sauce

8) Amstrad

9) Amazon

10) Apple

11) Mattel

12) Dell

13) Innocent drinks

14) Cards against humanity

15) Airbnb

16) Yankee Candles

17) Patak

18) Deliveroo

Another challenging new hidden object puzzle is instructing players to find the little bee among the flower meadow.

The stunning brain teaser shows three different colored flowers with a small bee hiding somewhere in the photo and was created by an ethical online florist Arena flowers.

But while many will struggle to solve the difficult brain teaser, could you be the one to set a new record?

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Arena Flowers has created a flower-themed brain teaser that instructs puzzlers to find the bee among the flowers

Arena Flowers has created a flower-themed brain teaser that instructs puzzlers to find the bee among the flowers

Arena Flowers has created a flower-themed brain teaser that instructs puzzlers to find the bee among the flowers

The challenging image was graphic on the occasion of World Bee Day, which will be celebrated on May 20.

Take a closer look at this field of flowers and try to figure out where the little one is hiding.

Is it hard for you? Look at the center of each flower to see if anything fades into the background.

If you still haven’t been able to find the bee, try taking a closer look at the bottom left corner of the image.

The bee is hiding in the center of one of the flowers at the bottom left of the image

The bee is hiding in the center of one of the flowers at the bottom left of the image

The bee is hiding in the center of one of the flowers at the bottom left of the image

Another challenging puzzle challenges players to find the only dog ​​with a diamond ring on his collar.

The brain teaser, made by the British jewelry manufacturer Pure diamonds, shows dozens of dogs jumping, running and digging for joy.

But only one of the puppies has a precious jewel hanging from a loop on the collar. Can you find out which it is?

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Purely Diamonds has put together a new dog-themed brain teaser with a hidden engagement ring hanging from one of the puppy's collars

Purely Diamonds has put together a new dog-themed brain teaser with a hidden engagement ring hanging from one of the puppy's collars

Purely Diamonds has put together a new dog-themed brain teaser with a hidden engagement ring hanging from one of the puppy’s collars

It comes after research shows that 1 in 10 pet owners now give their precious dogs or cats a central role on their wedding day – with some even trusting to wear the wedding rings down the aisle.

See if you can find the only dog ​​to bear the responsibility in this busy scene.

If you’re struggling to solve the brain teaser, look at the center of each collar which is slightly longer.

Still not lucky? The dog is to the right of the center of the image.

The dog wearing a diamond ring on its collar (circled) is in the center right of the photo

The dog wearing a diamond ring on its collar (circled) is in the center right of the photo

The dog wearing a diamond ring on its collar (circled) is in the center right of the photo

Even the eagle-eyed puzzlers would have struggled to see the dog with the ring

Even the eagle-eyed puzzlers would have struggled to see the dog with the ring

Even the eagle-eyed puzzlers would have struggled to see the dog with the ring

Another new brain teaser challenges players to find the colored pencil hidden in a floral wallpaper design.

The mind-boggling puzzle created by the British company Plumbs is designed to amaze even those who often play games.

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A new brain teaser created by Plumbs challenges the internet to find the colored pencil hidden in a floral wallpaper

A new brain teaser created by Plumbs challenges the internet to find the colored pencil hidden in a floral wallpaper

A new brain teaser created by Plumbs challenges the internet to find the colored pencil hidden in a floral wallpaper

The tricky quiz can surprise even the most curious puzzlers.

If you’re struggling to solve the puzzle, take a look at the branches of each flower that looks slightly different.

And since there is no record for the fastest puzzle game currently set, it means that you could be the one who gets the fastest time.

At the top right of the image, a green chalk is hidden between the branches of a flower

At the top right of the image, a green chalk is hidden between the branches of a flower

At the top right of the image, a green chalk is hidden between the branches of a flower

Another new brain teaser has challenged the nation to see how well they really know the 1990s.

Reflect Digital created a ‘say what you see’ image in which people are given the task of naming 50 cultural references from the 1990s based on visual clues.

So do you think you know everything about the era? Well, then there really is no excuse for not getting full grades.

But be warned – the current record is at 12 minutes, so you better get your thinking cap on!

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A new brain teaser (see photo), made by Reflect Digital, challenges people to list the 50 popular things associated with the 1990s

A new brain teaser (see photo), made by Reflect Digital, challenges people to list the 50 popular things associated with the 1990s

A new brain teaser (see photo), made by Reflect Digital, challenges people to list the 50 popular things associated with the 1990s

Becky Simms, CEO of Reflect Digital, commented, “Our latest game is inspired by a lockdown-induced cleanup of one of our creative team’s lofts.

In the loft they found a box of 1990s memorabilia and it started to whirl their creative minds that it wouldn’t be great to test the nation’s knowledge of the 1990s, an era so dear to many.

“So that was it, challenge set, we wanted to take the hardest quiz from the nineties to help entertain the UK while staying indoors for the good of the country.”

When you have reached your maximum, the answers are as follows: East 17, Blur, The Queen’s Nose, Paper Boy, Dream Phone, Walkman, Half Life, SouthPark, Oasis, Friends, Doomy, Steps, Gladiators, Cow & Chicken, Furby, Power Rangers, Spice Girls, Space Jam, Myst, Captain Plant, Mighty Max, Sister Sister, Pulp, Art Attack, Big Breakfast.

And the most eagle eyes would also have seen: The Lion King, Gamesmaster, Salt-N-Pepa, Saved by the Bell, Clueless, Teletubbies, Green Claws, Beanie Baby.

Sooty, Woof, Goldeneye, Lemmings, Rugrats, Funhouse, Goosebumps, Bernard’s Watch, Polly Pocket, Snake, Wolves, Witches and Giants, Dinosaurs, Fresh Prince of Bel Air, Worms, Gameboy, Doug and The Demon Headmaster.

For those who struggle to list all 50, you can find the answers labeled in the image above (pictured)

For those who struggle to list all 50, you can find the answers labeled in the image above (pictured)

For those who struggle to list all 50, you can find the answers labeled in the image above (pictured)

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