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Find The 15 Hidden Objects In This Picture

Fifteen missing items have been scattered throughout in this chaotic scene—and it’s up to you to find them.

Find The 15 Hidden Objects In This Picture
LYUDMYLA KHARLAMOVA/SHUTTERSTOCK
Find The 15 Hidden Objects In This Picture
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When you’re nose-deep in a big project, it’s easy to get focused on the task at hand.

But before you know it, you’ve misplaced a thing or two.

Multiply that by four, five, or six people, and you might have a recipe for disaster.

Thankfully, these smart scientists have recruited you to help them find their lost tools.

Fifteen missing items have been scattered throughout in this chaotic scene - and it’s up to you to find them. 

Get those perceptive peepers ready, because this is a tough one.

Somewhere in their messy lab, these pharmacists have misplaced 15 of their gadgets and gizmos.

They even made a list of the missing objects to help you out. Are you observant enough to spot all of them?

If you’re feeling up for a challenge, grab a timer and see how many you can uncover in less than sixty seconds.

Or, just take your time and find them all—we won’t judge.

Stay tuned for the answers next week!
 



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