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The internet does love a good optical illusion.
A photo has gone viral on social media because people cannot see the fourth person in the picture.
The debate started when @JenMsft tweeted the image of four bottles being clinked on what looks to be a group hike.
But only three arms are immediately visible.
She commented: “My brain refuses to believe there are 4 people in this photo.”
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For those struggling to see them all, the “missing” fourth arm appears to be camouflaged as the bottle holder’s jacket matches the rocky path the group are standing on.
@JenMsft said the photo was first shared in a Reddit thread on confusing perspectives.
People have previously looked into other optical illusions such as a hand swap trick, disappearing patterns and classic dual perception images.
Social media users reacted to the latest confusing picture to go viral.
@JenMsft Damn that was hard to identify — Sumit (@Sumit)
@JenMsft https://t.co/BC48Gtpblo — blameTECHIE 😷🚘⚡ (@blameTECHIE 😷🚘⚡)
@JenMsft Me calling my gf over to help me figure out the 4th person https://t.co/zmdmbBN23D — パブロ (@パブロ)
@JenMsft I had to look twice. I was staring right at the glove and wondering if they’d made a funny set-up with glue or something. — Truxillogical (@Truxillogical)
@JenMsft It took me 20 minutes to find the other person. TWENTY — Derrick (@Derrick)
Someone handily zoomed-in on the photo to highlight the illusion.
@Ortega082 @JenMsft It's amazing how the brain works...I kept looking and just assumed one guy was taking two shots… https://t.co/O3TRWFRjXj — Vinhinton (@Vinhinton)
Others shared their favourite optical illusions.
@JenMsft Reminds me of 😅 https://t.co/akeuOhnmCS — Sumit (@Sumit)
@JenMsft https://t.co/RRPnxutxJg — Azzam (@Azzam)
@JenMsft https://t.co/IYw0fGCl5a — Skartwell ~ (@Skartwell ~)
@SarahBDay @JenMsft https://t.co/R5uHw5JOQ7 — Ac3 Toni 🚨 (@Ac3 Toni 🚨)
Can you see them?
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