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Friday Fun – Optical Illusion

What do you see? Can you see both the rabbit and duck? This is an example of an optical illusion.

The word illusion comes from the Latin verbilludere meaning, “to mock.” Optical illusions can use color, light and patterns to create images that trick us. Optical illusions occur when our eyes send information to our brains, tricking us into perceiving something that doesn’t match reality.

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