These 16 brain-teasing puzzles stumped the internet — see how many hidden objects you can find

Gergely Dudás/DudolfA few of Gergely Dudás’ brain teasers.

Gergely Dudás‘ viral works of art feature adorable cartoon animals and whimsical drawings. But they also challenge people to pay attention to details with hidden images.

He’s released three books of brainteasers: one of holiday puzzles called “Bear’s Merry Book of Hidden Things,” a Halloween-themed book called “Bear’s Spooky Book of Hidden Things,” and his latest, “Bear’s Springtime Book of Hidden Things.”

His drawings are a great activity for people of all ages stuck at home. With schools across the country closed amid the coronavirus pandemic, simple puzzles like Dudás’ can keep kids occupied while testing their perception.

Here are 16 of his puzzles. Can you solve them?

Dudás drew a field of flowers with various animals enjoying a spring day. Somewhere in the image, though, is a tiny bee — see if you can find it.

Gergely Dudás/DudolfWhere’s the bee?

Do you see it?

If not, that’s OK.

Keep trying.

If you want to see the solution, keep scrolling.

Last chance to turn back!

The bee is near the upper right corner of the image.

It’s flying near the raccoon and the flower pot.

There’s a mouse hiding among mushrooms in this illustration. Can you spot it?

Gergely Dudás/DudolfWhere’s the mouse?

There’s a mouse somewhere in this field of autumnal mushrooms. Do you see it?

The mouse is peeking out from behind a mushroom with an orange cap.

It’s on the left side of the image.

Can you tell which rabbit doesn’t have a twin?

Gergely Dudás/DudolfSpot the rabbit without a twin.

There 12 pairs of rabbits with matching patterns on their ears, faces, and bellies – but one rabbit doesn’t have a twin.

It’s this one!

Gergely Dudás/DudolfThat’s the one.

The fifth rabbit in the fourth row has a darker yellow pattern on its ears and around its nose.

Can you spot the baby chicken in this Easter-themed puzzle?

Gergely Dudás/DudolfCan you find the baby chicken?

There’s a small chick hidden among eggs and rabbits.

It’s on the left if you look closely.

The baby chick seems like just another Easter egg, but you can see its face if you look closely.

Here’s a crowd of cats with their tails sticking up, camouflaging a lone bunny’s long ears. Can you spot the bunny?

Gergely Dudás/DudolfCan you spot the bunny?

There’s a bunny hiding in there.

Here’s the solution.

The bunny is hidden by the surrounding cats’ tails, but it’s the only creature with long ears instead of pointy ones.

Somewhere in this image of a flock of toucans is a lone penguin. Where is it?

Gergely Dudás/DudolfWhere’s the penguin?

The penguin is there somewhere.

It’s there on the right.

Gergely Dudás/DudolfThere’s the penguin.

The penguin has a grey face with a white belly, while the surrounding toucans have white faces and grey bodies.

Can you find the lollipop in a sea of ice cream?

Gergely Dudás/DudolfCan you find the lollipop?

Find the lollipop.

The lollipop’s round, pink top blends in seamlessly with the ice cream scoops, but the stick it rests on gives it away.

It’s in the top right corner.

Dudás created two images of a picnic scene with seven differences between them. Can you find them?

Gergely Dudás/DudolfBoth images side by side.

The two picnic scenes feature various animals eating ice cream, kicking balls around, and enjoying the summer weather.

Here’s the first image close up.

Take a close look.

And here’s the second one with seven changes.

Did you find the seven differences?

If not, that’s ok.

Keep trying.

If you want to see the solution, keep scrolling.

Last chance to turn back!

Here’s the answer:

1. The dash in the “Ice-Cream” sign disappears.

2. The rabbit in the bottom left corner has one more scoop of ice cream.

3. The rabbit at the top slightly left of centre faces a different direction.

4. “Differences” is missing an “f.”

5. The bear in the top right corner has one less scoop of ice cream.

6. The pattern of stripes on the awning changes, starting with a white stripe instead of red.

7. The rabbit towards the bottom right is holding ice cream.

Can you find the cat hiding among bats in this spooky Halloween puzzle?

Gergely Dudás/DudolfWhere’s the cat?

Hint: It’s the only creature without wings.

The cat is in the bottom left-hand corner.

It blends in seamlessly with the rest of the bats, but it’s hiding there on the left.

One of these tigers doesn’t have a twin — can you spot which one?

Gergely Dudás/DudolfWhich tiger is the odd one out?

There are 25 tigers shown against a blue background with different patterns of stripes – 12 pairs of twins that each have matching stripes, and one tiger that doesn’t have a match.

This tiger’s pattern of stripes is unmatched by any of the others.

Gergely Dudás/DudolfThat’s the one.

Of 12 pairs, the fourth tiger in the fourth row from the top is the odd one out.

This World Cup-themed puzzle contains a hidden soccer ball surrounded by an enthusiastic crowd of pandas. Where is it?

Gergely Dudás/DudolfCan you find the ball?

There’s a soccer ball in there somewhere.

It’s on the Croatia side of the crowd.

The soccer ball was on Croatia’s side in the final match against France.

Can you find the heart among the elephants?

Gergely Dudás – Dudolf/FacebookHere is the puzzle of the heart among the elephants.

There is a heart there, we promise.

It blends in with butterflies and elephant ears, but it’s there.

The small heart is hiding near the ears of a pink elephant.

Where’s the card in a pile of gift bags?

Gergely Dudá /HarperCollinsHere’s the gift bag puzzle.

Hint: The card is red.

Do you see the green bag with the candy canes — in the fourth row all the way on the left side? Count eight cards to the right, and you’ll see it.

It’s towards the top right corner.

Can you find the magic wand among the cluster of Halloween candy?

Gergely Dudás/DudolfWhere’s the magic wand?

Dudás shared one of the illustrations from “Bear’s Spooky Book of Hidden Things” to see if people could spot a magic wand hidden within closely packed Halloween candy. Can you find it?

The wand looks like another piece of candy, but it has a star on top.

It blends right in.

There’s a star hidden somewhere in these jack-o’-lanterns. Can you find it?

Gergely Dudás/DudolfCan you spot the star?

Dudás shared another illustration from “Bear’s Spooky Book of Hidden Things,” this time with a hidden star.

Its tell-tale shape gives it away.

The star almost looks like another eye or mouth on a jack-o’-lantern.

Can you find the snowman hidden in the snowflakes?

Gergely Dudás/DudolfWhere’s the snowman?

There’s a snowman in there somewhere.

The other snowflakes have smiling faces, but only one has a body with buttons attached.

It’s located on the left side towards the top.

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