A TIKTOKER has claimed an optical illusion could be the best they’ve ever seen and challenges those with 20/20 vision to solve it.
The startling image is strewn with green leaves, but amidst the foliage there is said to be an animal hiding.
“This blew my mind when I found out,” the content creator wrote in the clip’s caption.
However, there is a special trick to locating the giraffe, and according to Jack, it can be incredibly difficult for viewers if they don’t take advantage of it.
The influencer explained that if you focus too much on the image, the giraffe won’t appear in your field of vision.
He advised viewers to keep their focus near their screen instead.
“Concentrate on something behind your phone, but keep an eye on the screen,” Jack wrote in the on-screen text.
If you do the trick correctly, it should almost look like a giraffe jumping off the screen.
Otherwise, another method could be to bring the nose to the center of the frame and then slowly move the head away.
Fans were quick to flood the comments section with their experiences solving the illusion or asking for help if they were having trouble.
“Simply. These were very popular in the early 90’s (yes I’m old). I’ve always been able to see them easily,” one person noted.
“I found it, looks like a 3D image,” wrote another.
A third added: “Oh ok. It’s…really cool…definitely keep your nose to the screen, don’t concentrate, and slowly pull back…”
Despite struggling to get his vision right, one fan begged Jack to help them.
“Jack, can you please show me where the giraffe is?” they pleaded with a crying emoji.
The optical illusion guru replied, “You need to blur your eyes.”
Some even remarked that they saw a total of six giraffes in the challenging image.
“Is there [six]?” one person asked.
“I understand [six]’ repeated another, laughing.
Anyhow, the influencer’s extremely difficult optical illusion isn’t the only one requiring a 20/20 vision from viewers.
As previously reported by The US Sun, visual savvy viewers might spot 16 hidden faces in a famous 1872 work of art entitled The Puzzled Fox.
The US Sun also has a story about a wild illusion that appears to show real candy, but one is actually drawn.