Let’s go fishing, folks!
This is a tough one, so we’ll give you some time to ponder it. And no, octopuses are not fish, they are cephalopods (and also escape artists, as evidenced in the video below).
And no, a starfish is also not a fish.
(By the way, if you enjoy this puzzle, you will want to check out Dudas’ website, as he has two books out that are a collection of similar puzzles!)
Here you go — can you find the fish in this sea of octopuses?
— Gergely Dudás – Dudolf (@thedudolf) August 2, 2016
Take your time.
So think you’ve found the fish?
I’ll give you a few hints: The fish is also red, and you should check the left side of the photo. Oh, and you can’t see the entire fish.
It’s definitely a tough one to spot.
OK, still can’t get it?
Well, here is the answer:
From left after 2nd column of octopus! pic.twitter.com/8MW3LAA2cp
— Akshatha (@AkshathaPrabhuM) August 2, 2016
You can see the fish, which has the same coloring and eyes of the octopuses, peeking out from behind an octopus.
Here’s a closer look:
— Rachel Johnson (@vinson_rc) August 2, 2016
How Many Horses With 3 Legs?
This picture puzzle was posted by PuppiesLovers on March 3, and it has been shared almost 15,000 times. How many horses with three legs can you find?
Do you think you have what it takes to find all of the horses in this puzzle with three legs?
Give it a shot, and click here when you think you have the answer.
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Which Letter Is Not In Any U.S. State Name?
Here’s a fun brain puzzle: Can you name the one letter in the alphabet that doesn’t appear in any of the names of the 50 United States? I’ll give you a minute.
Got an idea? If you’re like me, you guessed J. And you’d be close — the letter J actually appears in only one state name: New Jersey.
Another Simplemost staffer guessed X out of the gate.
But that’s not right because:
And New Mexico.
Still thinking? Get some hints and the answer here.