A photo of an eagle has gone viral after baffled internet users struggled to spot a big error.
Observation skills are a very important asset that can come in very handy during your everyday activities and chores. To perform better and solve challenges ahead of you faster, you should always aim to boost your visual skills by training your eyes to recognize the smallest of details.
Luckily for you, your training starts here!
In the picture above, you can see a majestic bald eagle with a protruding yellow beak and an open mouth. The animal appears to be in its natural habitat where it is patiently waiting for prey to giveaway its whereabouts.
Though nothing seems wrong at first glance, eagle-eyed users managed to spot a big error hiding somewhere in the picture!
Can you spot the mistake in less than one minute? We can tell you that the best viewers found out what’s wrong with the picture in as little as 3 seconds!
With that being said, give the challenge your best try, and remember that you win as long as you find the error without any help.
If you’re still struggling, here’s a piece of advice. There’s an odd thing hiding somewhere in the photo. It happens to be a fruit, and it definitely doesn’t belong where it is!
Need some more help? Focus on the eagle’s beak and you might just notice a lemon peeping at you.
Once you’ve found it, double-check your answer below!
How long did it take you to spot the lemon stuck in the eagle’s beak hole?
Speaking of bald eagles, here are some facts you may want to know about the species!
Bald eagles build the biggest nests among all kinds of birds that can be found in North America. They can live up to 30 years in the wild and learn how to fly at the age of just 3 months.
While female eagles are typically bigger than males, most bald eagles can easily reach the speed of 30 mph when flying and 100 mph when diving.
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