Only the sharpest minds can find the snowman in tricky brainteaser in under 13 seconds

This brainteaser puts one of the body’s most important organs to the limit as people try and find the odd snowman out.

Brainteasers may seem like a simple way to kill time on a morning commute or while in a waiting room, but they can be a very useful tool for keeping the mind sharp.

Not only do the visuals of the brainteaser engage and draw the eyes, but the challenge of the brainteaser itself challenges one of the body’s most important organs.

Brainteasers and other brain puzzles act like physical exercise for the mind and help to keep it sharper for longer. Some experts have suggested that doing brain puzzles can help reduce the risk of someone developing dementia because they keep the mind active.

This isn’t to say that brainteasers can stop someone from developing dementia, but they could help keep the mind fresh and alert. Brainteasers like this one from BlindsbyPost are one good example.

Your task is to try and find the odd snowman out in this tricky observational brainteaser.


    Did you spot the snowman? No worries if not, the answer is above with the snowman circled in black in the top right-hand corner of the image.

    This brainteaser is an example of an observational brainteaser, one where the user has to find the visual anomaly inside the challenge.

    Other types of brainteasers are mathematical or analytical. Mathematical brainteasers involve solving a maths puzzle whilst analytical brainteasers ask you to solve a riddle or other non-maths-based question.

    In some cases, organisers who create brainteasers don’t just release one, they release a series of them. This includes GCHQ who recently released their annual Christmas challenge.

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