A baffling new brainteaser is challenging eagle-eyed quiz aficionados to find the lone jellyfish lurking among a sea of plastic bags.
The scene, put together by eco-friendly home products company Bahari, shows a blue sea with the occasional striped fish, and a jungle of white plastic bags floating about.
But among the bags is one jellyfish, which has taken the average player 17 seconds to find - with the record currently sitting at 10 seconds.
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Can you see it? The scene, put together by eco-friendly home products company Bahari, shows a blue sea with the occasional striped fish, and a jungle of white plastic bags floating about
Jane Walkinshaw, co-founder of the eco-friendly home products company Bahari says: 'Brainteasers like this are such a great way to challenge yourself, whilst also simply having a bit of fun!
'However, this one also highlights the sheer quantity of plastic pollution in our oceans, which we're dedicated to improving'.
'The fastest person in our team to find the jellyfish did so in just 10 seconds! Although the majority of us took around 17 seconds.
'We reckon if you do it less than 20 seconds, that's pretty good going'.
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Answer: But among the bags is one jellyfish, which has taken the average player 17 seconds to find - with the record currently sitting at 10 seconds
Meanwhile an infuriating new brainteaser challenges you to find the halloumi among a table of tasty treats.
The scene shows a delicious spread of BBQ classics including sausages, kebabs and burgers - as well as a single slice of halloumi.
The puzzle, released by British retirement homes Audley Villages, will help transport some players to brighter BBQ days in the sunshine.
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The scene shows a delicious spread of BBQ classics including sausages, kebabs and burgers - as well as a single slice of halloumi. Can you find the cheese?
Audley Villages created the puzzle after conducting research into the best ways to keep your mind active during quarantine.
One of the recommended activities for boosting brain functions is painting and playing music is one of the simplest ways to boost brain health.
Psychologist Dr Rachel M Allan explained: 'Playing a musical instrument utilises fine motor skills, requires following patterns, drawing from memory and engaging with multi-sensory feedback.
'It draws on many different high-level brain functions at the same time, which strengthens connections between different regions of the brain.'
Even the most eagle-eyed players will struggle to spot the cheese tucked away in the scene. The answer shows how it can just be seen peeking out from underneath a plate of berries
Elsewhere, as explorers are forced to halt their travel plans because of the ongoing global health pandemic, a tricky new brainteaser is sparking nostalgia for sunny beach days.
Created by British airline Jet2, players are challenged to spot skis hiding among a sandy shoreline filled with red and white deckchairs.
According to the illustrators, the tricky puzzle has stumped many and no one has been able to find the hidden items in less than 28 seconds.
As people eagerly anticipate their next escape - could you be the fastest to solve the holiday themed brainteaser?
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Jet2 has stumped the internet with a tricky brainteaser (pictured), challenging players to spot the skis hidden among the deckchairs
While most people are familiar with skis, trying to find the essential snow slope accessories can be a battle - with similar looking items surrounding them.
If you're struggling to find the hidden skis, try looking towards the crowd of deckchairs in the bottom left of the graphic.
Jet2 who specialise in low-cost travel, designed the brainteaser to keep people entertained, while awaiting their next getaway.
The 3rd largest registered airline in the UK, Jet2 operates to top ski destinations giving direct access to over 600 of the best ski resorts in Europe.
Circled towards the bottom left of the graphic are the skis hidden among red and white striped deckchairs
Another tricky puzzle recently baffling players challenges you to work out which one of these three cats will reach the bowl of food first - and it's surprisingly tricky to solve.
The tangled labyrinth puzzle, created by British brand Natures Menu, is designed to keep your mind busy.
The illustrators behind the maze claim the current record for solving it stands at 18 seconds. So, can you solve it quicker?
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A new brainteaser, created by Natures Menu, challenges the nation to solve which cat will solve the maze and get to the food (pictured)
While many pet owners will be self-isolating with greedy cats, the virtual mystery takes deep concentration to solve which of these moggies will be the first to eat.
If you're struggling to solve the puzzle, consider which of the animals has the straightest path to the food.
Natures Menu, who specialise in raw and natural pet food, created the graphic to mark National Pet Month this April.
And if you're struggling to find the answer, then scroll down to see the path marked out in red.
Cat B is able to get to food quickest, taking very few twists and turns to escape the labyrinth
Another bafflling brainteaser has left the internet stumped - despite seeming easy to solve at first glance.
The busy graphic, created by illustrator Gergely Dudás from Hungary, challenges the nation to spot a hidden bumblebee among a field of flowers and cartoon animals.
Since being shared on Facebook, the viral puzzle has seen many claim they've spent more than 30 seconds trying to find the well-hidden insect.
But while hundreds struggle to solve the brainteaser, could you be the one to set a new record?
A new brainteaser, created by illustrator Gergely Dudás from Hungary, is challenging the nation to spot a bee hiding among a field of flowers and animals (pictured)
While some of us are wary of getting too close to bees in fear of being stung, trying to find the insect in this busy puzzle requires you to look very closely.
If you're still struggling to spot the bumblebee, try looking at the flowers closest to the raccoon eating an apple.
Gergely, who is perhaps best known as Dudolf, boasts over 152,000 likes on Facebook for his illustrations and quirky brainteasers.
His latest hiding bee puzzle has already been shared almost 1,000 times on the social media platform.
The insect can be spotted lurking on a flower towards the top left of the busy graphic (pictured)