In 15 seconds, only a genius can find hidden snail in public park photo!

An optical illusion is a mind-bending, captivating, shape-shifting image of an object, painting, or person that tests brain perception.   

Physical, physiological, and cognitive optical illusions exist. Psychoanalysis includes optical illusions because they reveal how you view things.   

A typical human brain can perceive items or images differently from different angles. The snail-hiding public park image is a good depiction.    

The above puzzle is a mental twister for kids and adults. A snail hides in a public park in this optical illusion.   

The image shows a boy running with his dog, two females jogging in the park, an old man working on his laptop, and a girl reading on the bench.   

A woman stands on the bridge and a man walks with his office bag. Beautiful butterflies and flowers are in the park.    

This optical illusion requires you to locate the snail. Finding the snail in the public park is the harder aspect of this optical illusion. Thousands of adults have struggled to find the snail in the photograph.   

Look closely at this optical illusion to find the snail in the park. It may seem impossible to find the snail, but look at the tree in the top right corner. The snail is concealed by tree leaves, making it hard to find.    

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