What do you call a horse missing one leg? A three-quarter horse!
OK, so maybe that joke wasn’t so good. Let’s just get on to the real riddle here! This picture puzzle was posted by PuppiesLovers on March 3, and it has been shared almost 15,000 times.
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 to the next page when you think you have the answer:
Oh, and here is some America to listen to while you are working. Because some of the horses are missing legs, but all of them have no name:
OK, think you have the answer? Drum roll, please!
The correct answer is …. it depends?
Whoa, whoa, hear me out, buddy!
If you interpret the question as asking how many horses have ONLY three legs, the answer is five: one in the first row, one in the sixth row, and one in each of the last three rows.
But if you interpret the question as asking how many horses have AT LEAST three legs, then they all do. (There is also a horse without a tail, but that is neither here nor there.)
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