# Many people miss it, but can you spot what’s wrong here?

Everyone knows that the body needs to be trained in different ways to live a long and happy life. We sleep better, feel healthier and avoid early illnesses when we exercise regularly.

However, most of us forget that the brain, in order to concentrate and think clearly, needs just as much exercise as the body.

How do we train our minds then? Well, of course, there are plenty of ways, but solving a few brainteasers is a great and fun way.

With that said, it is time to bring out your competitiveness, so that once you have seen the challenge, it won’t be possible to give up until it’s solved!

Pay close attention

Puzzles can come in many different flavors, it can be anything: riddles, math problems from school, crossword puzzles, sudoku – or even something like the challenge below.

Today’s puzzle involves finding an error inside an image that at first glance looks completely normal. So maximum concentration is required, and you must really bring out your eye for detail to find what stands out.

Can you see what’s wrong?

Here is today’s puzzle. Below, you will see a picture of a family in a kitchen – but something is wrong.

Can you find what’s wrong with the picture?

It is not easy, the picture looks pretty normal.

But there is a mistake. If you can’t find it, we will reveal the answer below!

Did you find the detail? Congratulations to you in that case! If not, no worries, you are not alone. Most people fail to find the answer on their first try. The answer will be after the picture below.

There’s the mistake! A mouse chasing a cat, that can’t be normal, right?

It’s hard to detect, but once you see it, it feels so obvious!

Now press that SHARE button below to invite your friends to a fun challenge today!

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