Sometimes, certain pictures confused us a lot and make our head spin as we make an effort to recognize or find out what they actually are. Have you ever experienced any such situation? Well, if you haven’t, here is one that will really make your head spin. While the world is busy with all other regular stuff, both offline and online, just days before Halloween this interesting picture went viral and has spooked many on social media. Wonder what that picture is?
The picture was posted by a Twitter user, Robert Maguire, and it has an interesting optical illusion to it. Well, let’s first take a look at the picture before we go on to talk about it.
The Twitter user wrote, “This picture of a crow is interesting because…it’s actually a cat,” as he shared the picture. Take a look below:
This picture of a crow is interesting because…it’s actually a cat pic.twitter.com/dWqdnSL4KD
— Robert Maguire (@RobertMaguire_) October 28, 2018
At first glance, the picture appears to be that of a crow, isn’t it? However, in reality, it is not that of a black crow, but a black cat. What do you see?
Well, retweeted over 35 thousand times, the post created quite a buzz on social media. While many wondered if the ‘shapeshifting’ animal belonged to the one who posted on Twitter, others compared it with the popular Ludwig Wittgenstein’s rabbit-duck illusion. Take a look at some of the interesting reactions the tweet garnered:
You’re a modern day Wittgenstein. pic.twitter.com/HNR0JMwB2V
— Jasmine Jiang (@Shut_up_jasmine) October 28, 2018
I maintain it’s a raven, cunningly disguised as a cat pretending to be a crow. Triple psych.
They’re clever buggers these corvids.
— Russ Day (@rfdaze) October 28, 2018
Picture of a cat is interesting because it’s actually a dog. pic.twitter.com/bR5qe57Vuy
— Owen Bailey (@Owen83Bailey) October 28, 2018
I tried looking at this cat as if really looked like a crow but instead I got scared bc what if crows really looked like this https://t.co/Zl42J4Vk4N
— 🐱🔪 (@skycatcafe_) October 29, 2018
— Ellie (@Purrs_41) October 29, 2018
Tell us what do you see in the comments below.