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Fun Puzzle: Can You Find the Unique Bunny In the Group, Which Has No Pair?

Fun Puzzle: Can You Find the Unique Bunny In the Group, Which Has No Pair?

Puzzles are a great way to connect with yourself and your family, and disconnect from the digital world.

There is no dearth of visual puzzles on the internet, and why not? There are multiple benefits of solving puzzles that affect both adults and children. As a senior adult, you could be struggling with keeping track of things in your life because the older we get our memory seems to fail us. However, puzzles are a great way to keep our mental skills up and running.

They exercise both sides of our brain, which means that it's exercising the logical and the creative parts of us. Solving puzzles is like a mental workout that improves our problem-solving ability and our attention span. They are also great for improving our short-term memory since they reinforce connections between our brain cells. Hence, it improves our mental speed, which is a great way to enhance our short-term memory.

Some of the other benefits of being a puzzle-enthusiast includes improved visual-spatial reasoning and less stress. Solving a puzzle at our own leisure can be a great way to meditate and relieve stress. You can do it alone and spend your time focussing on that one image, if you want. Or, if you want it to be a way to bond with your family, puzzles are helpful in that aspect as well. They can be a great way to connect with family.

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One of the ways to engage the entire family is to make it into a competition, Or, we could also start a 1000-piece jigsaw puzzle and keep it going by placing it somewhere the whole family can take part in, whenever they have time. It's a great way to disengage from the digital devices and just spend time together in person.

If you are looking forward to using some of those superior problem-solving skills of yours, here's a puzzle to solve. All you have to do is find the rabbit that doesn't have a matching pair here.

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Hint: you can use the process of elimination and find the bunnies that do have a pair first. It might take some time to solve the puzzle using this method. You could also look for the ways in which the rabbits differ from each other. For instance, where are the patches located? What is their facial expression? How are their hands positioned?

The answers to these questions will help you find the answer to where the unique bunny is located in the image.

Have you been able to find the rabbit? If not, keep looking. It's not a hard puzzle to solve. If you need more help, look towards the bottom half of the image. Your solution lies there.

These bunnies are not playing. They mean serious business. Were you able to find the unique rabbit now?

If you are looking for the solution, scroll down for it. 

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Solution:

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Reference:

http://thedudolf.blogspot.com/2019/11/which-bunny-has-no-pair-which-bunny-has.html

Cover image source: Gergely Dudás - Dudolf/ Blogspot

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