Thousands of online users were perplexed by this optical illusion. Two creatures are depicted in the photos: a cat or a moose, both of which are extremely difficult to see. The photograph, which was shared on Twitter, does not allow viewers to see both creatures at the same time.
According to Pamela, who shared the illusion, the creature you see can tell you which is your dominant side of the brain.
Do you see a cat or a moose in this optical illusion?
What does the optical illusion say about you?
At first glance, the illusion looks to be nothing more than a jumble of trippy lines. Most individuals, though, can see a moose or a cat if they squint. The Twitter user says that the creature you first see is entirely dependent on whether you use the left or right side of the brain. However, she failed to indicate which animal was linked to which side of the brain.
One user says:
I only see a cat. Wish someone would outline the moose.
Other user adds:
The right brain left brain description is largely exaggerated and doesn’t reflect the nuances in the actual human brain. And these pictures certainly do not. Use them for entertainment purposes, that’s basically it.
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Another optical illusion may be seen in the video above.