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Animals camouflage into their environment for good reason, often with incredible skill! It can be extremely challenging to find them, even when you’re looking.

Of course, this quiz is a bit different because cats and owls, though they both love tall trees, don’t usually chill in the branches together. Regardless, the following optical illusion is an indecipherable puzzle to most people. We know there’s a cat somewhere in this illustration, but most readers still won’t be able to find it.

You might need to look at this picture for several minutes before you notice the feline, who isn’t even trying very hard to hide! If you can’t find the cat, just scroll down to see the answer at the bottom of the page. There are also some tips and tricks for improving your vision down there, too!

For starters, it’s important to eat right, because your eyes benefit from the vitamins and minerals found in a healthy diet. Vitamin A, which is vital to seeing well in low light, can be helpful when you get up to use the bathroom in the middle of the night.

Meanwhile, Lutien is essential for dealing with very bright lights. According to “Lutein is a pigment found in high concentrations in a layer of the retina where pigment-packed cells help shield against excess light. Solid scientific research shows that lutein supplementation aids this process in our eyes to improve vision naturally.” Stock up on dark leafy greens and fruits to get your fill of this important mineral.

Eating well is one of the most important things you can do for your eyesight, no matter what the eye doctors say! Find reasons to eat more collard greens, spinach, kale, Swiss chard, zucchini, Brussel sprouts, sweet potato, carrots, and cod liver oil, and you’ll be seeing like a hawk in no time. Plus, you’ll make Grandma very happy!

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