ARE you able to spot the “For Sale” sign among all these sold homes? If so, you must have the eyes of a house hunter.
Time to put your sight skills to the test and see if you’re among the 1 per cent of people who can work this brainteaser out.
This tricky optical illusion might make you want to give up before even trying.
But with the right techniques, you will crack this puzzle before you know it.
Give it a go, and try working out which house has the odd sign out.
Have you managed to spot it?
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This challenge is not to be taken lightly, with even the most experienced puzzle solvers left scratching their heads.
The key to solving this brainteaser is to pay attention to even the smallest of details.
What might not be immediately obvious at first could surprise you the more attention you pay to it.
Try carefully examining each element of the overall picture.
Need a little hint? Try concentrating on the bottom left-hand corner of the scene.
If you are still struggling, don’t worry as there will be a solution further down.
If you found this one too easy, try spotting the four fake road signs hidden in this fiendish brainteaser in under 30 seconds.
Insurance experts from Dayinsure came up with the puzzle to put viewers’ motoring knowledge to the test.
Most of the signs can be found in the Highway Code, but a small selection have no basis in reality.
The genuine articles include signs warning of road closures, narrowing lanes and roundabouts.
There are also the universally known symbols of speed limits, no entry and one-way systems.
However, look a little closer and you’ll find that some are a little more ridiculous.
All four imposters are the same type of sign, an image on a white background enclosed in a red circle.
Under current rules, this form of signage prohibits certain vehicles from entering a particular area.
For example, some of the genuine signs in the image forbid motorcycles, cars or heavy trucks from passing.
But the more outlandish examples include images of a surfer, a skateboarder, an elephant and even a kangaroo.
It’s very unlikely that a herd of elephants would be rampaging down a dual carriageway and, even if they were, it’s even less likely they would stop to obey the road markings.
As such, these are clearly the fake signs – but did you spot them?
If not, you can check out the answers below highlighted in yellow.