Can you tell apples from tomatoes?

You say tomato, I say apple.

Thought distinguishing kiwi birds and kiwi fruit was mind blowing? Check out this tricky optical illusion that involves spotting the fruit in disguise against, well, fruit.

Developed by Hungarian illusionist Gergely Dudás – also known as Dudolf – this product-based perception puzzle specifically challenges brain teasers to find the three apples hidden in a sea of ​​tomatoes.

Picking apples from tomatoes may seem easy in real life. That’s not the case, however, in this hidden fruit-hunting challenge, where the salad toppers are the exact same shape and color as the famous doctor’s deterrents.

[Warning: Spoilers below]

Still can’t tell the beefsteaks from the Red Delicious? Luckily for stumped puzzlers, the legendary Dudás has provided a handy solution key showing the whereabouts of the tomato-aping apples we’ve listed below

Three of these fruits are not like the others.
Three of these fruits are not like the others.
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Not challenging enough? Don’t worry, Dudás boasts a compendium of cerebellum-destroying illusions, including this mind-melter that challenges viewers to find the corn husks in a field of identical-looking pineapples.

For those who play ketchup, here are the three apples in disguise.
For those who play ketchup, here are the three apples in disguise.
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Meanwhile, anyone who finds the snake in this illusion within 15 seconds is apparently breaking a world record.

For those who need a more outlandish pursuit, try to find the camel that has camouflaged itself between the colors without losing sight on this wildlife safari.

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Emma Bowman

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