That’s the question taking social media by storm as debate rages about what the image really is. Though some of you might not have been able to tell right away, the illustration above depicts two animals: a rabbit and a duck.
The answer you give to this optical illusion says a lot about your brain, psychologists claim. The image was made famous by Ludwig Wittgenstein, who included it in his investigations as a means of describing two different ways of seeing.
Studies show children who saw the picture during Easter were more likely to see a rabbit but in October a duck was a more common answer. It has also been seen as a test of creativity. According to researchers the easier you can flip between seeing a duck and a rabbit, the more creative person you are.
So, what do you see?