How keen an eye have you got?
Puzzles, riddles, and brain teasers can be found all around the internet. They are fun and keep us engaged. Not just that, these are also great to keep us active. As much as they are for entertainment, they are also tools for sharpening our cognitive skills. Puzzles are great for people of all ages. They are especially useful when you are stuck indoors for days or weeks, just like we are currently.
"They may help with improving select brain skills and can play an important role in maintaining overall brain health," Dr. Julie Brody-Magid, clinical director of the Memory Disorders Assessment Clinic at Harvard-affiliated McLean Hospital told Harvard’s health blog.
One study published in BMC Journal on jigsaw puzzles revealed that they help seniors maintain their cognitive skills like speedy processing, planning skills, reaction time, decision making, and short-term memory. There are all sorts of riddles and brain teasers out there that can also keep us sharp.
Whether you care about the benefits of puzzles or just like doing them for fun, here is a puzzle by Gergely Dudás to test your brains. Can you find the seven differences between the two images?
Now, take your time to look through the two pictures. The penguins seem to be having fun, and you can too. There is no need to hurry to find the answers. You can come back to the puzzle again and again, to find your answers. The answers are spread across the image and might need a keen sight. If you are someone who focuses on details, then this should be perfect for you.
Do you want a hint?
Here is a hint for one of the toughest finds in the image. Keep a lookout for the scarves worn by the penguins. It may not seem like much of a hint since so many of the penguins are wearing that article of clothing, but people with the sharpest eye will know what to look for.
Are you still not sure what to look for?
Here is another hint: Most of the answers are located in the pieces of clothing worn by the penguins. Here is a tip: Try not to forget the color of the hats and scarves as you glance through them.
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