Nothing beats puzzles as an effective brainteaser. Not only that it challenges our minds to think really well, it is also a fun way to exercise our eyes as well as our critical thinking abilities.
In this era of the Internet, we now have seen numerous brainteasers and most of them were from centuries ago. Surprisingly, people from the old days already have this hobby to hide images within paintings or illustrations and after a hundred years, their works will resurface and baffle the minds of many.
Just recently, a puzzle from 1872 resurfaced which features an adorable little fox playing with his woodland friends. It is an image made of hidden human faces and animals.
The said artwork named "The Puzzled Fox" was made by famous American printmakers Nathaniel Currier and James Merritt Ives and originally printed in 1872.
In its first printing this image stumped children, and right now, people from around the world and of different ages are now interested with this puzzle. After giving it a colorful update just like the other old puzzles, this illustration is now getting popular.
This 144-year-old puzzle contains hidden human faces as well as animals. Can you find them all? Look closely.
How many did you find?
After examining closely this Victorian woodland forest illustration, we found the following faces and animals:
Yes, there are 16 different faces and animals in the illustration. Did you get the same number?