You have the eyes of a hawk if you can spot all ten farm animals hiding in plain sight in less than a minute | The Sun

YOU have to have the eyes of a hawk if you can spot all ten farm animals hiding in plain sight in less than a minute.

Only those with 20/20 vision will be able to spot every cute creature in less than 60 seconds.

On initial glance, this is a classic farm scene.

Mucking about in the mug are pigs, chickens, horses, goats, gooses, cats, and cows.

However, there are 10 hidden animals that you might not expect to find on a farm lurking in the background,

See if you can spot a giraffe, hippo, elephant, or tortoise in this image.

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If you have trouble spotting those, look for a rabbit or ladybug instead.

If you are having trouble, scroll down to the bottom for some clues.

Optical illusions are becoming particularly popular on social media.

One TikTok user posted a confusing optical illusion, creating a small viral moment with users trying to spot a hidden animal in the fastest time possible.

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Scott Whatley (@scottwhatleyhunting) told his followers: "Believe it or not, there is a small, yearling deer in this video.”

The hunter said he had shown it to many of his friends, who lied and said they could spot the deer as a matter of ego.

"I've shown it to a couple of different hunters and they all say they see it long before they do, out of pride," he joked.

“They end up seeing it, real hunters will see it, but usually not until the very end," Scott continued.

The clip gained over 22,000 likes and thousands of comments.

"I saw it legit as soon as the video started," one fellow TikToker commented.

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