Sheet the Ghost Is Lost Among the Rabbits. Can You Help His Owner Find Him?

Christy Piña
·2-min read
Photo credit: Gergely Dudás/The Dudolf
Photo credit: Gergely Dudás/The Dudolf

From Woman's Day

It's been a while since masterful puzzle artist Gergely Dudás gave his fans a really hard brainteaser, so it was only a matter of time. Dudás, a.k.a. the Dudolf, released his newest seek-and-find puzzle, and this one comes with a bit of a storyline. It seems as though Pete lost his pet ghost, Sheet, in a sea of rabbits on a field, can you find him?

Dudás is a children's book illustrator who created a series called Fox & Rabbit and three huge seek-and-find puzzle books — one for Halloween, Christmas, and Springtime. The artist's brainteasers can be found on his website and across all of his social media platforms. His puzzles are often straight and to the point: Count all of the squirrels; Find the bunny hiding among the cats. But his most recent puzzle takes a new approach.

Dudás asks fans to help Pete find Sheet so he can take his pet home safely. In theory, it sounds like all of Dudás' other seek-and-find puzzles, but there are more animals in this one than his previous brainteasers have had. Not to mention, he included plenty of things to throw puzzle fans off even more like, a lone black rabbit, a few bushes in the field, and yellow bunny houses. See if you can help Pete find his little friend:

Photo credit: Gergely Dudás/The Dudolf
Photo credit: Gergely Dudás/The Dudolf

For those who found Sheet, great! Now you can sleep tonight knowing you reconnected a pet with his owner. You've done your good deed for the day. If you're struggling to see where the ghost is hiding, don't fret. You're definitely not alone.

Fans took to the comment section of Dudás' Facebook post of this puzzle to share how difficult the puzzle was. "Yeah, it's time to give up the ghost, Pete. Rabbits make great pets," one commenter wrote. "Not a chance ... not even going to try. My eyes would be finished for the rest of the day if I tackled that one," another one commented. "I can't even see the rabbits anoung the rabbits," a third one wrote.

If you want to solve the puzzle on your own, give it a second look, and don't keep scrolling — the solution is below.

Stop scrolling.

Last chance.

I mean it.

Photo credit: Gergely Dudás/The Dudolf
Photo credit: Gergely Dudás/The Dudolf

Well, there you have it. You may go on with your day now.

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