A MIND-BOGGLING optical illusion tests viewers' eyesight as they try to find three rabbits hidden in a tree.
But, the fluffy creatures aren’t easy to find among the branches.
In the brain teaser, the eyes of the rabbits can be easily mistaken for buds on the tree.
Viewers can end up down the rabbit hole trying to find the animals.
Eagle-eyed viewers can see one rabbit at the top of the three.
If you tilt your head toward the left, you should be able to see the ears of the second animal.
And the third rabbit is hiding upside down in the puzzle.
Meanwhile, viewers were left challenged as they tried to solve a brain-frazzling illusion that featured a rooster, a hen, and three chickens.
The tricky picture shows a tree on a white background with the five animals hidden between its branches.
The shapes of the animals have been formed from the branches of the tree.
And if you look closely you will see that some of the tree's leaves are actually the animals' eyes.
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And, this mind-bending illusion appears to show a massive crowd at a gig but it’s not all as it seems.
The unbelievable snap seems to show an extravagant colorful stage set in front of thousands of adoring fans.
Boasting what resemble huge stage lights and extravagant decorations, it certainly appears to be quite the party.
The incredible concert is actually just a cotton picker blitzing through a field at night.
Social media users were left baffled as some said they could still see the concert even after the illusion had been explained.
One user wrote: "Thought it was Tomorrowland for a second there."
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Another added: "Woah, what a cool illusion!"
And a third chimed in: "I honestly thought it was a concert at first glance and that cotton picker now looks menacing to me as now I know."
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