This is supposedly the quantum mechanics of optical illusions.
Thought last week’s cat puzzle was impossible to solve? Social media is hyping the collective pad as they try to figure out yet another viral animal-based optical illusion that only 1 percent of people can reportedly solve.
“Only 1 percent of people can find the second animal in this image,” says illusionist @pasillusion in a viral video detailing the corneal stone.
The accompanying mind-blowing image shows a fish-eating dolphin with a ship in the distance and apparently no other fauna in sight.
But the visual puzzle baffled mysteries on social media, and many mistakenly thought the fish was the second animal.
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However, being number two is actually a bird—actually several birds. To see them, according to the clip, users simply need to turn their phone upside down, after which Flipper, who eats fish in the waves, turns into a flock of birds flying over the ocean.
In particular, the inverted tail and head of the dolphin form two different birds, while the head resembles a pelican flying with a fish in its mouth, and the splashes of water resemble the tips of its wings. Meanwhile, the rest of the flock consists of upside-down white caps of the ocean.
If that wasn’t puzzling enough, check out this strawberry illusion that reportedly determines if your brain is lying to you.