silhouette of the panda cub is concealed within the weeds
on the right side of mother panda... Even though there
are no lines that close the shape of the cub, the flowers
and leaves give enough fragmentary information to our brains
to make the whole image meaningful. Such figures are called
'illusory figures'. The mental phenomenon in which shapes
are perceived to be occluding other shapes even when the
shapes themself are not drawn is called 'Modal completion'.
The Panda cub that can be seen to the right of the Large
Panda is actually leaves of flowers/plants.
Franco Fiorillo answered:
il cucciolo è formato dai fiori!
P. Crooks answered:
Is there a solution online to this puzzle? It's the first
time I've visited your site, and I believe the baby panda
is the mother's left, hidden in the flowers. I see the baby's
eyes, nose & mouth and ears formed BY the flowers.
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