Optical Illusion for Testing Your IQ: Can you find the Dog with no Spots among Dalmatians in 9 Secs?

When we see an optical illusion, our brain is tricked into thinking that an object, drawing,   

or person has changed shape. Physical, physiological, and cognitive illusions are only a few types of visual illusions.  

Scientific studies have shown that the average human brain is capable of perceiving objects or images from multiple perspectives.  

Because they reveal information about your perceptions and intelligence,  

these visual illusions are frequently included in psychoanalysis tests.  

Here we have an ingenious example of an optical illusion depicting a group of Dalmatians with a spotless dog concealed somewhere in the mix.  

Adults and children alike will find the following picture to be an engaging mental challenge.  

A herd of black-and-white Dalmatian dogs appears in this optical illusion. Asking, "Can you find the spotless dog?"  

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