You have 20/20 vision if you can spot the clever dog hiding in the snow of this wintry scene in under 10 seconds | The Sun

YOU have 20/20 vision if you can spot this camouflaged dog hiding in a snowy landscape.

Set your timer for 10 seconds and see if you can crack this tough brain teaser.

Most of this photo that was shared on Reddit is filled with piles of pillowy snow that appears to be freshly falling.

In the background, you can see huge pine trees creeping across the landscape, hidden behind the white flakes.

But in between the foreground and background is a tiny puppy head sticking up.

Lying in the dead center of the image, the dog appears to be staring right at the photographer while it enjoys frolicking through the snow.

Some people in the thread were able to spot the hidden dog immediately while one user commented, "Bro where."

Another said: "Yep he's got a good hiding spot."

A different brain teaser could prove you have above-average sight if you can find a hidden ghost in a spooky illustration.

And another optical illusion could prove that you have X-ray vision, as long as you can find the camouflaged dog lurking in the kitchen.

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You might have the eyes of a hawk if you can spot a sneaky snake in an overgrown backyard.

Take a look at this natural image and see if you can find the hidden frog.

If you find one unique owl in a cute illustration, it could show that your IQ is higher than average.

The U.S. Sun has also shared several other illusions that can reveal hidden aspects of yourself.

Based on what you see first in a trippy image could determine whether or not you're friendly or emotionally volatile.

Are you independent or do you rely too heavily on other people? Check out a different organic image to find out more.

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