A sharp eye and so-called visual intelligence are essential to figuring out this mystery.
Visual-spatial intelligence is characterized by so-called visual people. These are people who naturally and easily read all kinds of maps, schemes and have no hassles with directions and colors. These visual learners remember faces, but not names; they must see something to remember. Music does not move them like painting and other visual arts do. These people simply see more.
That is why they love and can solve all sorts of puzzles that rely on seeing what is invisible. They memorize details, see differences, and nothing hides from their sharp eyes. It is common for men to be more visionary than women. That is why they often focus on the look of a woman.
Good perception and a smart eye will be useful in solving this puzzle, especially since only 1% of people are able to catch all the hidden animals in the picture. The image below shows a very ordinary scene: winter all covered in snow. On the road, a peasant with sheep, in the background, a farm and a house. However, a sharp eye already sees that the picture hides the animals.
Look carefully and check out the next page to see if you were right.