Find a zebra in this 8-second optical illusion of an African forest!

The Latin verb illudere, meaning to deceive or mock, is the root of the English word illusion.

One of the simplest ways to gauge brain activity is with optical illusion pictures, which are intentionally misleading.

Researchers in the field of neuroscience have also studied the brain's reality perception using images of optical illusions.

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It has been proposed that individuals can enhance their problem-solving abilities and lateral thinking by practicing optical illusion puzzles.

Above, you can see a herd of wildebeests frolicking through an African forest.

A zebra has managed to squeeze itself in among the herd of wildebeests.

Finding the zebra in only eight seconds is the reader's challenge.

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