It’s taking people over 2 minutes to spot the robin among the Christmas trees – how long does it take you?
Flower delivery company Bloom & Wild have created a festive holiday brainteaser in the run-up to Christmas, and it’s so mind-boggling it’s sure to leave even Santa and his magical elves stumped. We challenge you to spot the robin amongst the snow-capped Christmas pine trees. The brainteaser has already managed to stump several Bloom & Wild employees – it took them an average of 2 minutes and 26 seconds to find the red breasted bird. How quick can you spot the robin?
The robin holds a special place in the hearts of Brits during the festive period. As a much loved symbol of Christmas, the robin has meaning going back to the beginnings of Christianity, but since the 19th century, the red breasted robin has been a symbol of the red-suited Victorian postmen that delivered much loved Christmas cards during the season – giving them the nickname Robins. Since then, robins have been depicted on Christmas cards and decorations as a symbol of the festive season in Britain.
Just in case you need a hint, here is what you should be looking for: