A MIND-BENDER which involves spotting three coconuts among a group of brown bears has stumped many. 

Challengers who don’t have a 20/20 vision have found the puzzle almost impossible to solve.

The seek-and-find puzzle was created by beloved German author Gergely Dudás, who is also known as Dudolf.

He has garnered over 168,000 followers on Facebook after illustrating some of the internet’s most difficult brainteasers. 

Eagle-eyed puzzlers have just 20 seconds to spot the three coconuts among the group of brown bears in his viral challenge. 

Exceptional observation skills are needed to successfully solve the mind-bender as Dudolf uses similar colors and shapes to deceive the eyes.

As the bears aren’t all the same color it can be hard to decide where to start looking and which features to focus on.

Have you found any of the coconuts yet?

Each of the bears has a quirky feature that can be distracting, such as a bow tie, scarf, and even a top hat. 

Dudolf fans took to his Facebook page to thank him for sharing the challenge despite struggling to solve it.

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One person wrote: “Hah sneaky one! Had been looking at one a couple of times before realizing it wasn’t a bear.”

Another commented: “Those coconuts are so cute and funny looking. Ha ha, LOVE IT!”

A third said: “After I figured out, what a coconut looks like, I found them. good one.”

A fourth added: “This is cute! 😁 found them in under a minute.”

Another wrote: “If 3 coconuts with faces, then yes. If 3 normal coconuts, no [laughing].”

The puzzle is harder to solve than it initially seems.

Hint: Only the bears have ears 

If you still can’t spot the three coconuts, scroll down for the solution below.


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The puzzle comes after Dudolf shared a similar brainteaser which involved looking for four kiwi fruits among a group of kiwi birds.

Many people were left frustrated after failing to spot all of the fruits.

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