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You think it would be pretty easy to find a panda in a crowd of snowmen. Well, think again. This Where’s Waldo-style cartoon, created by Hungarian artist Gergely Dudás, who goes by “The Dudolf,” may cause you to spend way too much time staring at your computer screen today.
This puzzle has been so popular that it’s already had more than 180,000 shares and with lots comments of people struggling to find the panda.
Can you find the panda? Good luck!
Did you spot the panda?
Need a hint?
Fortunately, Dudás shares all his puzzles — along with the solution — on his website.
If you could use a hint: Look to the center right of the illustration.
Here’s the solution if you need it.
Dudás is a prolific illustrator, and in addition to his puzzles, he illustrates books, including the children’s series “Fox and Rabbit.” His seek-and-find collections — such as “Bear’s Springtime Book of Hidden Things” and “Bear’s Merry Book of Hidden Things: Christmas Seek-and-Find”) — are wonderful gifts for kids who love puzzles and books.
For the needle in a haystack puzzle, Dudás created a video to show how he draws his seek-and-find puzzles — yes, he draws them all by hand! He makes it look so easy, yet it’s clearly a time-consuming task, even for a talented artist.