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A new optical illusion is stumping the internet, and it puts the "Yanny vs Laurel" debate to shame.
And not only will it keep you guessing for at least ten minutes, it also involves adorable animals.
On Sunday, Daniel Quintana, a senior researcher in biological psychiatry at the University of Oslo in Norway, shared a video that has gone massively viral on Twitter.
"Not sure if rubbing left looking rabbit on the nose or an upward looking bird on the head (ears=beal)", another said.
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Looks like a bird to me. A video was posted on social media, where a person seems to be scratching the "nose of a rabbit", or is that a raven?
Another responded, "YOU KNOW WHAT".
Now chances are you see a raven enjoying being pampered but the caption confuses people into believing it's a rabbit. "Instead of moving up and down, it sweeps across the eye horizontally like a windscreen wiper and is translucent".