Gergely Dudás' puzzle arsenal stretches beyond just finding the mouse in a sea of squirrels or the bunny among the cats. His newest puzzle prompts brainteaser fans everywhere to see if they can find all of the squirrels hiding in the bushes and trees, instead of the one squirrel surrounded by other animals.
Dudás, a.k.a. the Dudolf, creates puzzle after puzzle, giving people a break from their daily lives to find some hidden animals. The masterful artist illustrates children's book series Fox & Rabbit and has put together three huge seek-and-find puzzle books — one for Halloween, Christmas, and Springtime. His puzzles can also be found on his social media platforms.
While counting all of the squirrels in his newest puzzle sounds like an easy feat, Dudás included some things to make finding them a little more difficult. (Because of course he did!) For example, the talented illustrator drew only a part of some squirrels' bodies, and he threw in some birds to make you double-take while you count. See if you can find all of the squirrels below:
Unlike some of Dudás' other seek-and-find puzzles, this one is easier to forget, meaning you could do it more than once and not remember where all of the squirrels are each time. There are 24 squirrels hidden in the puzzle, but if you found less, that's OK. Try looking at the brainteaser again and keeping track of all of the ones you found somehow. (Maybe even print the picture out and circle them.)
The solution is below, so if you want to find all of the squirrels without the key, kudos to you but don't continue scrolling.
Well, there you have it. Now you can go on with the rest of your day knowing that you found them all.
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