You have X-ray vision if you can spot the camouflaged dog lurking in the kitchen in under 20 seconds | The Sun

YOU have X-ray vision if you can spot the dog hidden in this kitchen scene.

Set a timer for 20 seconds and see if you can manage to find the pup in this brain teaser.

At first, the kitchen may look completely empty to the untrained eye.

But a second glance reveals the animal crouching right underneath the sink.

Take a closer look at the black doormat and you'll see the little guy blending right into the background.

The optical illusion was shared in a TikTok by user Sherif (@sherifelsahly) who said that only four percent of people can find the animal.

"It took me five minutes to find," he wrote in the caption.

Others in the comment boasted about finding the dog immediately, with one person saying that it had a tiny patch of white fur shining against the mat.

But even more viewers said no matter how hard they looked they couldn't find it.

"I enlarged the rug but still see nothing," another person commented.

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Someone else wrote: "As a person who owns a black dog… they literally blend into everything.

"Now do this again with laundry."

Another optical illusion could prove you have the eyes of a hawk if you can spot a camouflaged snake in an overgrown backyard.

And if you find one unique owl in a cute illustration, it could show that your IQ is higher than average.

The U.S. Sun has also shared several other illusions that can reveal hidden aspects of yourself.

Based on what you see first in a trippy image could determine whether or not you're friendly or emotionally volatile.

Are you independent or do you rely too heavily on other people? Check out a different organic image to find out more.

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