Snowman Drawing With Hidden Panda Goes Viral (Photo)

| by Zara Zhi
drawing of several snowmen containing a hidden pandadrawing of several snowmen containing a hidden panda

A drawing containing a hidden panda has left many people baffled as it sweeps through the Internet, causing a sensation.

On Dec. 16, Hungarian artist Gergely Dudas posted the festive illustration on his Facebook page. The image features several hand-drawn snowmen with a hidden black-and-white panda bear in a "Where’s Waldo"-type illusion.

“There's a panda amongst them! Can you find it?” Dudas captioned the drawing on Facebook.

The post has received over 50,000 likes and over 115,000 shares, with many people commenting that they've been unable to find the panda.

The artist drew a few red herrings like colorful scarves and hats, as well as the snowmen’s black-and-white features, making it challenging to spot the panda.

Over 14,000 people have commented on the illustration in just six days, with hundreds posting their irritation at not being able to find it.

Some users seemed to doubt that there is even a panda at all and thought it was a trick.

“I found a dragon, 2 slippers, a can of pop and no panda. Nice try!” Jon Beauvais commented.

“There ain't no panda in there!” Gary Pearsall wrote.

“Been looking for 15 mins still can't find it lol,” Darren Fox commented.

Others shared that they had found the hidden panda. 

“I found it, the panda! Took longer than I thought, BUT found it!!!!!!” Linda Gougler wrote.

Other users expressed their amusement in finding the mysterious creature.

“This is the only festive thing I've enjoyed this year so far. Good stuff,” William PJ Kulich commented.

The Hungarian artist has posted other mind-boggling puzzles for his followers, such as a cat hidden among dozens of owls.

“The popularity of the 'panda' picture amazed me,” Dudas told i100, according to the Daily Mail. "I still can't believe it, but it makes me really happy! Glad to see how people like something I made."

Sources: Daily Mail, Facebook / Photo credit: Facebook, Daily Mail