Find the 3 owls that have hidden among the roosters
He visual riddle with which we challenge the readers of the newspaper LA RAZÓN today is quite accessible. It is a drawing published by the Hungarian cartoonist, Gergely Dudas (better known as dudolf); of which we have already shared the drawings of this artist on other occasions. challenges him to"Where is Wally?" make him the king of visual puzzles. It is one of those hyper-complex images where a multitude of similar elements are repeated, in this case roosters. The trick is that, among all these roosters there are three hidden owls... what should we find in less than a minute.
(Hint: owls don't have a caruncle (crest) or wattles.)
Why is it important to try?
When we impose ourselves a challenge like this, we are putting our brain in front of a complicated situation to solvewhich helps to develop their ability to concentrate and their Cognitive abilities and to prepare you for the irremediable loss of faculties that comes with age. And it is that, one of the most terrifying effects of aging is the Loss of memory and cognitive abilities.
In fact, it is one of the most frequent reasons for medical consultation, especially in the older adult population. And it is that many people are terrified of starting to lose their memory because they understand that it is the first sign of the appearance of Alzheimer's or some other type of dementia. However, it happens to everyone sooner or later... and without the need for a direct relationship with dementia.
The bad news is that no treatment possible against mild cognitive impairment or dementia. The good news is that it is possible to prevent them (or at least delay them) through a healthy and balanced dietphysical exercise, a good social life and -above all- mental activitythat is, to exercise our mind by challenging ourselves to -for example- remember the license plates of all the red cars we see, stop using the mobile calculator in our day to day or read a few minutes each day.
Numerous studies maintain that keep your mind active throughout our lives can reduce the chances of develop dementia. What's more, the benefits of being mentally active can be obtained even if you haven't been active for a lifetime... even when you start to do it between 50 and 60 years old.
If you haven't been able to find all 3 owls, you shouldn't get frustrated. Actually, it's not easy locate it when in the image there are so many roosters that are almost identical to the owls Now the reader is presented with two options: if you are one of those who cannot end anything prematurely, you have the possibility of going back to the previous image and try to find it. But if you're one of those who don't mind getting a little help to get the problem fixed once and for all, then the best thing you can do is look at the next picture and check where it was:
If you've enjoyed this visual challenge and still have the energy to try others, you might want to move on to other more or less complicated challenges. We recommend other visual challenges that we have shared in LA RAZÓN with which you can put your brain in trouble and thus improve your cognitive abilities.