AN optical illusion is so challenging that only a tiny proportion of the population can see both faces contained in the image.
With a little coaching from the content creator who shared it, you might be able to enter that exclusive upper echelon.
Presenter Dean Jackson has a background in biology, but on TikTok, he entertains his 594k followers with brainteasers, puzzles, and optical illusions.
His most recent video included a challenging illusion, which shows a sad-looking man upfront and also contains a different picture.
"Right now, you're seeing the face of a man who's looking a little bit sad," Jackson explained.
"It's said that just under one percent of people can also see an angry face as well."
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He provided a grace period of a few seconds to let viewers try and see the angry man on their own.
"If you can't see the angry face, put a finger on the screen just there," Jackson continued. A red arrow flashed on the screen.
"Hold it for a second," he instructed. "Give yourself another five seconds."
If covering the top corner of the face didn't work, Jackson had specific instructions for viewers.
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"If you still can't see that face, then please post 'What angry face?'" he said.
In the comments, other viewers weighed in, providing guidance for those who still couldn't see the secondary image.
"If you’re having trouble, imagine the ear as the eye," one person wrote.
Another gave step-by-step advice.
"Cover from the top of his head all the way down the right of his face," they wrote.
"Tilt your phone slightly to the right and he has one black eye and one white one."
Even after seeing the angry image, a few commenters noted that it was difficult to maintain a view of both illusions.
"My brain still wants to see the original," one person admitted.
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And others who were lucky enough to see both faces had feedback on the image itself.
"That wasn’t what I would consider angry," a viewer explained. "I guess I would just say two faces, different perspectives."
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