What do you see when you take a look to this drawing? A duck? A rabbit? Maybe both?
This optical illusion was firstly published in a German magazine in 1892 with the name “Kaninchen und Ente,” which means Rabbit and Duck. The image is now very popular on the internet again and people are confused again.
Psychologist Dr. Joseph Jastrow says that if we can see both images, it means we are very creative. Means that, faster you can mentally flip between rabbit and duck, you are on higher level of creativity.
Also, the specific time of the year when you saw the picture can affect your answer and what you actually see. The Mirror says: “children who saw the picture at Easter were more likely to see a rabbit but in October duck was a more frequent answer.”
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