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His last creation that swept the internet saw a panda hidden among hundreds of dogs, with a few wearing bows and others with long shaggy hair, making them even more difficult to differentiate between. Among the dogs is a cheeky-looking panda. But the black and white creature shares several similarities with its fellow hounds including jaunty ears and a black nose.With every breed represented - and a few mutts as well - it's quite a challenge to spot the bear hiding amid the giant pack of dogs. But if you look closely you'll see it sandwiched to the middle of the right-hand side of the drawing.
Meanwhile, someone with a sense of humour has taken inspiration from the trend to create an image with lots of extra Queen's heads. The practical joker shared the hilarious image on his account with the message, 'Happy 90th birthday Queen Liz!' before asking his followers 'Can you spot all 90 Queen's heads?'The image which has been viewed over 44,000 times sees the monarch hidden in the furniture, carpet and wallpaper of the palace.
There's bridal hamster, complete with a veil and a smile, a rodent in a red clown nose, and one even wearing a Mets jersey. But nestled behind two hamsters that aren't dressed up at all is the potato in the fourth row from the bottom and four spots from the right. In another Knoblauch illustration, the reader is challenged to find Doc Brown, Christopher Lloyd's character in the Back to the Future films, amid dozens of Bernie Sanders.
But people may find this one a little easier, as Doc Brown's circular glasses are a dead giveaway in the sea of Sanders. Hungarian cartoonist Gergely Dudas is to credit for the surging trend of sweet and silly illustrations sweeping the internet and asking people to find the likes of eggs, pandas and owls. Dudas most recently released an Easter-themed image that disguised an egg among a cluster of bunnies. The image was shared more than 7,000 times after Dudas posted it on his Facebook page last week.
As it typical with his drawings the cartoonist, who goes by the name of Dudolf, has thrown in a few red herrings to keep those trying to solve the puzzle distracted.One of the rabbits wears a top hat, two others hold a tin of paint while a fourth munches on a carrot, drawing the eye away from the real prize - the elusive egg.The peach-colored egg is actually located towards the left hand edge of the drawing, two rows up from the bottom, hiding behind a white rabbit's head.
The Where's Waldo-style cartoon was quickly followed up by another featuring cats and owls, before several imitators added their contributions.Reddit user Oneste stuck with the panda theme, but this time drew the fuzzy creature hiding among a group of Stormtroopers to mark the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens.There amongst Imperial troops including Stormtroopers, Speeder Biker riders and Snowtroopers, is a single panda with the same black and white colouring as the other figures. Then, in February this year to mark Oscar season, illustrator Michael Rogalski hid a golden statuette among a group of C3PO droids from the Star Wars films and drove the internet mad looking for it.
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