It's easy to spot the red heart in this brainteaser, but if you can find all 4 stars in the snowglobes, you're a genius | The Sun

PUZZLERS across the internet have found themselves mystified by a baffling brainteaser.

Can you spot the four stars hidden in the festive snow globes?

Gergely Dudás, who is best known as Dudolf, has gained a legion of fans after designing challenges to put even the most eagle-eyed individuals to the test.

The beloved Hungary-based cartoonist shared his latest seek-and-find puzzle on his popular blog and Facebook, where he has over 168,000 followers.

He illustrated Christmas trees, snowmen, and gifts in the seasonal artwork while also carefully hiding four stars.

Only the cleverest minds have been able to spot all four of the stars.

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The penguins holding snowglobes containing hearts and other quirky characters easily catch the eye, while everything else seems to blend.

Many people have admitted the mind-bender took them longer than expected to solve because they got distracted. 

One Facebook user said: “The details in this are amazing. I was so busy looking at the globes that I forgot to look for the stars! Thank you, Gergely!”

Another wrote: “Bit tricky there! Got them all but it took a bit.”

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A third added: “This one's a bit cheeky, isn't it?”

If you’re struggling to spot the stars in the sea of snowglobes try taking a closer look at the yellow illustrations.

Here’s another hint: The stars are positioned close to the penguins.

Do you think you’ve found all four stars?

Scroll down to the answer below to check if you guessed correctly.

The optical illusion comes after Dudolf left puzzlers scratching their heads with another seek-and-find challenge.

Can you find the mouse hiding among the large group of squirrels?

You have the eyes of a hawk if you can solve the brainteaser in less than 20 seconds.

The mouse has been strategically placed among squirrels with quirky facial expressions and random items such as acorns and fruit.

Many people have said the challenge is Dudolf’s toughest mind-bender yet as the colors and shapes play tricks on the mind.

“Oh no, I did not find him [sad face] but loved trying to find him!” one person confessed.

“I usually find them pretty quick but that squirrel with the teeth is so cute it had me distracted,” another commented.

“I can't believe I couldn't find it. Geez. I think that big, teeth smile threw me off. Lol,” a third chimed in.

Here’s a hint: Try taking a closer look at the shape of the squirrels’ ears.

If you still can’t find the mouse hiding among the squirrels in the busy brainteaser, scroll down for the solution below.

Don’t forget to set a timer as you put your observation skills to the test with a third brainteaser by the cartoonist.

Can you spot the penguin among the large group of toucan birds?

The optical illusion has left many at a loss as they attempt to race against the clock to beat the current record.

You may have a high IQ if you can spot the penguin among the toucans in less than 20 seconds.

The elusive penguin can be easily mistaken for being one of the toucans as Dudolf is an expert in playing tricks.

Do you think you’ve already found the penguin hiding in plain sight?

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Here’s a hint: Try taking a closer look at the shape of the bird’s beaks.

If you still can’t find the penguin among the toucans scroll down for the solution below.

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