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Can you solve this optical illusion in six seconds?

Social media users have been scratching their heads over a brain teaser to find six animals in six seconds – can you solve it?

It’s like a “Where’s Wally?” at speed.

The eyes of social media users wander over this stunning optical illusion that challenges puzzlers to find all six animals, the New York Post reports.

The visual challenge was: first published on the BhaviniOnline brain teaser site earlier this month — but it’s currently going viral as users rack their brains to solve it: “Can you find the six animals hidden in the photo?” reads the description of this “I Spy” speed lap.

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So what are the answers?

Only 17 percent of people can locate all of the camouflaged creatures, while one could break the world record by finding all six in less than six seconds, according to The sun

At first glance, the drawing is a standard landscape with a mixture of mountains, grassland, trees and various shrubs.

However, upon closer inspection, it becomes clear that the photo is hiding six critters.

They include a gray camel camouflaged against the mountains, a crocodile on the left tree with bark for scales, a sepia tone deer hidden against both a tree and grass, a literal snake in the grass, and a butterfly in the flower garden.

Perhaps the hardest thing to see is the green rabbitwhich hides in the leaves of the right tree, directly above the camel’s head.

This sight safari isn’t the only animal-based illusion that’s causing social media users to agitate.

Puzzle enthusiasts have been frustrated by another mind-boggling brain teaser that challenges them to find the blue-eyed fox in record time.

Meanwhile, apparently only the top 1 percent of people can find all the animals in this mind-boggling illustration of a silhouetted bear.

This article originally appeared in the New York Post and is reproduced with permission.

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