Ready for a puzzle? These artists are here to test your skills at uncovering anomalies, and in some cases animals. Some will be simple, while others might be a bit more difficult to solve. How about you see how far you can get?
The bus is going right, assuming you’re in a country where you drive on the left side of the street. Otherwise, the answer is left.
12. You have to multiply before you add.
All the tablets will be taken in sixty minutes. Peter takes the first tablet at zero minutes.
There are two possible solutions.
LAE – spells EVALUATE.
CAE – spells EVACUATE.
40 squares total. This is surprisingly hard for most people, so if you didn’t get it, don’t feel too bad.
She lived very, very long ago. She was sixty in 2010 B.C, then seventy in 2000 B.C.
1 cow = 10
1 sheep = 2
1 rooster = 4
1 cow + 1 rooster = 14, or 7 sheep
Five rows up from the bottom. One over from the farthest right number in the row.
C does not belong – its a left hand. The rest are right hands.
All the opposite numbers make 21 when added together. 6 is the missing number.
C is the correct piece.
This Hungarian artist, Gergely Dudas, posted the original version of this Christmas puzzle on his Facebook page just days before the holiday. But now, the panda has popped up amongst a gaggle of heavy metal rockers.
Can you spot where the panda is located? Click ‘next’ for the answer…
Wow, that was hard. How did you do? It’s okay, try again.
This is another Gergely Dudas special. In a sea of hand drawn owls, where is the kitty cat?