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Help Us Find the Hidden Bird Among The Christmas Trees

For most people, it takes over two minutes to find the robin.

Help Us Find the Hidden Bird Among The Christmas Trees
Bloom & Wild
Help Us Find the Hidden Bird Among The Christmas Trees
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Not once in “The Twelve Days of Christmas” is a robin explicitly mentioned.

Sure, four calling birds come up, and sure, robins are songbirds. But the partridges, geese, swans, French hens, even turtle doves get mentioned and that’s just a shame. (Speaking of turtles, we bet you can’t find the shelled reptile in this picture.)

But do any of those aforementioned birds have a cool holiday puzzle with them in it? Doubtful. (Don’t look it up. Let the robin have this one.)

In a recent puzzle released by U.K. florist Bloom & Wild, one feathered guy is kicking off the festivities by hiding in a grove of pine trees. Help find him in the picture above.

For most people, it takes over two minutes to find the robin, according to designers Paul Moran, Simon Ecob, and Wan. 

If you’re still feeling hungry for brain-teasers, try this not-so simple math problem confusing just about everyone.



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