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A graphic artist who creates challenging seek-and-find puzzles is testing people’s attention to detail with this bright and bold, wintry puzzle.
Gergely Dudás of Dresden, Germany, is sharing the puzzle with Fox News Digital, and it features three apples hidden among a flock of round, red birds.
Some of the birds are adorned with fun hats and are featured interacting with other feathered friends.
Dudás posted this puzzle in December on his Facebook page, where his followers revealed if they were successful in spotting the three apples.
“Found two. Had to look up the last one in the solution. It was sooo difficult!” one social media user commented.
Gergely Dudás, a graphic artist, designed a seek-and-find puzzle with three hidden apples among a flock of round, red birds. Can you find all three? (Gergely Dudás)
“The old [wives’] tale says, ‘An apple a day keeps the doctor away.’ Looks like I’m good for 3 days!!!” another person wrote after finding all three apples.
Some of the artist’s followers said they found the puzzle to be a tough one — but it’s definitely worth the challenge.
“This was a bit hard but found them,” one user noted.
Dudás is a comic author and artist who has published a number of illustrated books, including “Bear’s Springtime Book of Hidden Things” and “Bear’s Merry Book of Hidden Things: Christmas Seek-and-Find: A Christmas Holiday Book for Kids.”
Dudás’ seek-and-find artwork and brain teasers have also been featured on miniature prints and other pieces of merchandise.
He shares all of his brain teasers and math puzzles with thousands of dedicated followers on multiple social media platforms.
Gergely Dudás, a graphic artist from Dresden, Germany, has shared a seek-and-find puzzle with Fox News Digital. (Gergely Dudás)
Need help identifying all the apples?
See the solution on Dudás’ website: https://thedudolf.blogspot.com/2021/11/can-you-spot-three-apples-among-birds.html