Seeing Double: Rabbit-related Optical Illusions

Rabbits can be tricky animals. They move quickly, live underground, and – much to the dismay of gardeners everywhere – sneak around vegetable gardens nibbling to bits whatever they please.

Most of you have probably seen the following optical illusion, an image used by 20th century psychologist Joseph Jastrow to help prove that decisions made by the human brain affect how people perceive stimulus. As it turns out, bunnies can be as hard on your brain as they are on your tomato plants.

"Duck season!" "No, wabbit season!"

“Duck season!” “No, wabbit season!”

Here we have a modern take on the classic. What do you see? A crazy, upside down cat? Or an angry bunny?

Hint: the nose knows.

Hint: the nose knows.

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