Not once in “The Twelve Days of Christmas” is a robin explicitly mentioned. Sure, four calling birds come up, and sure, robins are songbirds. But the partridges, geese, swans, French hens, even turtle doves get mentioned and that’s just a shame. (Speaking of turtles, we bet you can’t find the shelled reptile in this picture.)
But do any of those aforementioned birds have a cool holiday puzzle with them in it? Doubtful. (Don’t look it up. Let the robin have this one.) In a recent puzzle released by U.K. florist Bloom & Wild, one feathered guy is kicking off the festivities by hiding in a grove of pine trees. (Most people can’t spot the snake in this photo—can you?)
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For most people, it takes over to two minutes to find the robin, according to designers Paul Moran, Simon Ecob, and Wan. If you’re still feeling festively hungry for brain-teasers, we’ve got you covered.
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Halloween may be over, but this spooky skeleton puzzle is still just plain difficult.
[Source: Daily Mail]