This optical illusion will test your patience and, possibly, your IQ. In this picture, you’ll see lots of black and white pandas smiling back at you. However, one of them is not so chuffed to see you – quite the opposite. All you need to do is spot the frowning panda as quickly as you can.
If you’ve got a particularly high IQ, you should be able to spot the pouting panda within 10 seconds.
This brain teaser is great for adults and children alike, and may leave you scratching your head.
Although the panda challenge is a good way to get an indication of your IQ, for more accurate results it’s best to take on a specific test.
If you want a clue, read on…
The panda that quizzers need to look for is hiding in the bottom left quarter of the image.
Unlike the happy pandas populating the image, the one you’re looking for has sad-looking eyes and a moping frown.
If you managed to locate it in ten seconds or less, you likely have a very high IQ.
According to the BBC, two-thirds of the population have an IQ between 85 and 115.
Approximately 33.3 per cent of Brits has an IQ of 115 or more.
If you’re in the top one per cent of IQs in the UK, you’ll have a score of 135 or more.
Mensa defines IQ as “a type of standard score that indicates how far above, or how far below, his/her peer group an individual stands in mental ability.
Psychologist William Stern coined the phrase in 1912, in relation to the German word Intelligenzquotient.