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    A tricky brainteaser is challenging players to find the only puppy wearing a Santa hat in a busy Christmas scene.   The baffling seek-and-find puzzle was created by money.co.uk in a bid to highlight the issues that could be causing our pooches unnecessary discomfort over the festive season. There are several dogs dotted around the crowded design - but only one has a Santa hat perched on his head.  So, do you think you'll be able to find the hidden hound? Give it a try and put your observational skills to the test.  Scroll down for the answer  Hidden in the crowded festive scene is a dog wearing a Santa hat - but he's surprisingly difficult to spot  The pet insurance comparison site created the fun brainteaser in a bid to raise awareness of activities that can cause confusion and discomfort for your four-legged friend - like dressing them up in a festive outfit.  Salman Haqqi, personal finance expert at money.co.uk, said: 'Good planning is key to a dog's long term wellbeing. From discovering what activities it enjoys and building family...
    Two months before she died, Riana van Deventer summoned her son Gerrit to her side. She had something important to tell him, she said. Van Deventer, who had been diagnosed with terminal colon cancer, said that she was finally ready to divulge the family's great secret - the identity of the father of Gerrit's older sister Riette. It was, she claims, Errol Musk, the father of bazillionaire Elon Musk, the man behind PayPal, Tesla and SpaceX among other companies. Now Riette - whose married name is Nel - has set out on a quest to prove that she is the half-sister of the man who was named just last month as the second richest man in the world. But she insists she is not after the Musk billions. 'I don't want anything from Errol or Elon, I just want to know what my roots are,' Nel, 46, told DailyMail.com in an exclusive interview.  Riette Nel (left) is on a quest to prove she is the biological half-sister of billionaire and second richest person in the world, Elon Musk...
    A new seek-and-find puzzle challenges you to spot the sock hiding in a pile of laundry.  British appliance company AEG have created this visual challenge, which requires extreme concentration to solve.   The current champion found the solo sock, which doesn't have a pair like the others, in under 35 seconds.  Do you think you have what it takes to find the sock in less time and take the crown? Can you spot the solo sock hidden amongst this load of laundry? Let us know if you can find it under 35 seconds and beat the record The sock is hidden in laundry load, mixed with sweaters, t-shirt and underwear Struggling to locate it? Focus on the small items in the drawing, like sunglasses and bras.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Did 'clumsy' Prince Charles cause Megxit? And what was... Bride-to-be divides opinion with 'transparency contracts'... Share this article Share Still no luck? Try to go upward from the bottom of the picture.  If you think you've find the sock, or are...
    Players are challenged to decipher the names of 20 different countries hidden in the anagrams below.   The language puzzle was shared to US-based trivia platform Quizly by a creator who claimed only 'geography experts' would be able to unscramble them all.  The words cover countries across Europe, Asia, Africa, North and South America and Australasia, so you will need a truly global perspective if you want to work them all out.  Think you have what it takes? Scroll down to see all 20 anagrams, make a note of your answers, then check the solutions at the bottom of the story. No cheating!   1. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Who is the victim and who is the killer in Lie With Me?... Baptiste is BACK! The Missing spin-off returns on Sunday for... Millionaire Deliveroo boss recalls how 'rude' restaurant... Saying goodbye to single life! Bride-to-be Lady Jemima... Share this article Share 80 shares 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7....
    ONLY 15 people out of 58,000 tested positive for Covid after trials at large events such as the FA Cup final and the Brit Awards. The Government-run trials to test whether venues can safely reopen this summer saw nine different events with live crowds - including a post-lockdown rave at a Liverpool warehouse. ???? Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest updates 6A total of 21,000 supporters were able to attend the FA Cup final last weekendCredit: Getty 6There have been nine different events with live crowds as part of the Government-run trialsCredit: Getty 6Thousands of clubbers attended a post-lockdown rave at Bramley-Moore Dock warehouseCredit: Getty Images - Getty Out of the 58,000 people who attended the events, such as the World Snooker Championship, just 15 positive Covid cases have so far been recorded, sources told the Telegraph. It's understood some tested positive before the event, meaning they couldn't attend, while some returned a positive test afterwards. And further positive tests could emerge from the most recent events - such as the FA Cup final last weekend. But the low rate of...
    MATTESON, Ill. (CBS) — Seller beware – a south suburban man trying to sell his car to someone he found online ended up getting carjacked and shot. Just before 5 p.m. Tuesday, the victim told police in Matteson that he had met a man and woman in Country club Hills to sell them his 2013 Dodge Charger. READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Sun Returns Wednesday He got in the back seat and let them take it on a test drive, police said. When they got to Central Avenue in Matteson, the man shot the victim twice and told him to get out of the car. As he was doing so, the man shot him again, police said. READ MORE: Investigators Probe Cause Of Fire At Controversial Englewood Building That Houses 60 Registered Sex Offenders The victim – a 41-year-old man from Richton Park – was taken to the emergency room with non-life-threatening injuries, police said. The car was described as a dark gray Dodge Charger with a large dent to the left rear-quarter panel and black spray-painted rims. A Missouri dealer...
    Dyson Airwrap; Alyssa Powell/Business Insider Table of Contents Chevron icon It indicates an expandable section or menu, or sometimes previous / next navigation options. What is the Dyson Airwrap? Why is it always out of stock? Alternatives to the Dyson Airwrap Is the Dyson Airwrap worth it? Why is the Dyson Airwrap so expensive? What a professional stylist thinks of the Dyson Airwrap: Cons to consider The bottom line What is the Dyson Airwrap? Why is it always out of stock? Alternatives to the Dyson Airwrap Is the Dyson Airwrap worth it? Why is the Dyson Airwrap so expensive? What a professional stylist thinks of the Dyson Airwrap: Cons to consider The bottom line If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. The Dyson Airwrap ($500) dries and styles your hair simultaneously, delivering an...
    ISRAEL, Iceland and America will be among only EIGHT countries on the green list for travel from May 17, sources have claimed. Other countries will include Ireland, Malta, Australia, New Zealand and Gibraltar according to analysis based on the government’s four “risk” criteria. 2Israel, Iceland and America will be among only EIGHT countries on the green list for travel from May 17Credit: Getty In a traffic light system of green, amber and red list countries, "green" countries won't require a UK quarantine when returning. Countries on the "green" list won't face quarantine but will need a negative PCR test before returning to the UK, as well as a second one on day two. Countries on the "amber" and "red" list will face mandatory quarantine restrictions when returning to the UK, either at home or at the quarantine hotels, costing £1,750 per person. And according to The Telegraph, research from the former strategy chief at BA, Robert Boyle, only a handful of countries will be chosen for the Green list. Ministers have not unveiled the specific criteria but it is thought...
    Do you think you can get a perfect score on this general knowledge quiz?  Created for the US-based trivia platform Quizly, the 20-question challenge is so tricky that its creators claim only 'walking encyclopedias' will get a perfect score.  You'll need to muster your knowledge of history, sports, biology and chemistry in order to pass and get a perfect score. So do you think you have what it takes? Have a crack at the questions below and check the answer sheet at the bottom to see how your fared!   Created for the US-based trivia platform Quizly, the 20-question challenge is so tricky that its creators claim only 'walking encyclopedias' will get a perfect score RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Why 'clean beauty' can be a dirty business: It's the latest... Warwick are the University Challenge champions after beating... How our gut might be the key to successful ageing… and... Ad Feature How good is YOUR general knowledge? Tricky 12-question quiz... Share this article Share 1.  1. Uranus 2....
    IF you want to know more about your genetic makeup, then an ancestry DNA test is undeniably the way to go. But on rare occasions, these kits can also unearth some long-lost family secrets - as TikTok user Andy Nabil recently discovered. 4Andy discovered he had 30 half-siblings after doing a DNA testCredit: @kingnabil69/TikTok Earlier this month, Andy took part in a TikTok trend where people have been sharing the most surprising things they discovered after taking a DNA test. He said: "I took one back in December and was like, 'hmm this is kind of weird'." Growing up, Andy's dad told him he was mostly French and English. But after taking his DNA test, Ireland ranked much higher than both these countries in the ethnicity estimate. 4He first became suspicious when Ireland ranked above France and England in the Ethnicity EstimateCredit: @kingnabil69/TikTok 4It then matched him up with a man who he didn't knowCredit: @kingnabil69/TikTok The app then matched Andy with close family members - and in the "parent/child" section, there was a name he didn't recognise next...
    EVER wondered how good your hearing abilities are? Several videos on YouTube provide a simple version of a hearing test which can give you a rough idea of your hearing range. 1The higher the Hz number is when you start hearing the sound, the betterCredit: YouTube / Bright Side The average human is capable of hearing frequencies somewhere between 20Hz to 20,000Hz. The higher you can hear the better your hearing abilities are. As we age, our ability to hear high frequencies tends to decline. So, a younger person is more likely to be able to hear closer to 20,000Hz than an older person whose hearing has declined with age. A good example of a YouTube hearing test video is one from Bright Side. The test starts at around two minutes in. You'll need headphones and to be in a quiet environment to get a fair result. The test starts playing a sound...
    Are you enough of a movie buff to conquer this very tricky cinema-themed quiz?  Tal Garner put together the challenging questions for US-based trivia platform Playbuzz - and it's sure to test the knowledge of even some of the biggest movie buffs.  The challenge asks players to correctly match each sentence with the famous film - but do you think you have what it takes to achieve a perfect score?  Once you've given the questions your best shot, scroll down to find the answers - but no peeping until then!   Are you a movie buff? Do you think you have what it takes to match all ten quotes to the right movie title? (stock picture) 1. 2. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Doctor warns cockroaches can be found in pre-ground coffee... Fake heiress Anna Sorokin who conned friends, banks and... International Women's Day kicks off 24 hours early across... Man argues his girlfriend should get down on one knee when... Share this article Share 3. ...
    Mariamane Akopyan shows the different stages of her rhinoplasty procedure. Mariamane Akopyan Posting videos showing the before-and-after stages of rhinoplasty has become a viral trend on TikTok. #NoseJobCheck has over one billion views on the social media platform. Videos promoting rhinoplasty are appearing on the For You Page of teenagers as young as 14. Plastic surgeons are enlisting the help of marketing agencies to ensure that these videos reach a younger audience. Charities have expressed their concern that minors are seeing "completely unacceptable" videos. TikTok has banned cosmetic surgery adverts but these videos appear to bypass those rules. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. TikTok, the viral video-sharing app that is famously popular with young teenagers, claims to have banned plastic surgery adverts. Cosmetic surgeons, however, have found a way to bypass the app's existing rules and regulations and promote major surgery that can be psychologically damaging to TikTok's youthful audience.  So many have been successful in doing this that videos promoting various plastic surgery procedures — particularly rhinoplasty, changing the shape of the nose — are...
    A tricky new brainteaser has been released in a bid to get the nation into the Christmas spirit.  The festive-themed graphic, created by UK-based home furnishings retailer Terrys, challenges puzzlers to track down the only nutcracker without a moustache. However, the current record stands at an impressive 46 seconds. So, can you find him any faster? Scroll down for reveal    A brainteaser, created by UK-based home furnishings retailer Terrys, challenges players to track down the only nutcracker without a moustache (pictured) With so many nutcracker men huddled together, puzzlers could be forgiven for finding this challenge a little harder than most. And if you're struggling to spot the man without facial hair lurking in the crowd, try taking a closer look toward the left-hand corner. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next You've been eating cheese all wrong! Experts tell Which? the... A business card in 2020: Mum, 34, launches a genius tech... The most popular dog breeds for 2020 have been revealed -... Woman who took part in Pfizer vaccine trials reveals how......
    Children are far less likely to suffer from Covid-19, a new study has confirmed, with just four per cent of children admitted to hospital testing positive for the virus.   Why children are less affected by the coronavirus than adults remains unknown, but it is believed to be down to they way their immune system reacts after infection.  The research looked at the test results of more than 135,000 children admitted to seven US hospitals before September 8. It revealed only 5,374 (4.0 per cent) of patients tested positive and, of this small percentage, only 359 (6.7 per cent) were hospitalised, with 99 needing intensive care.  Eight of the infected patients (0.15 per cent) later died. Six of the deaths were patients with 'complex preexisting comorbidities', the scientists say.   The research looked at the test results of more than 135,000 children admitted to seven US hospitals up until September 8. It revealed only 5,374 (4.0 per cent) of patients tested positive and, of this tiny percentage, eight died (stock image) The study comes from doctors at the Children's Hospital of...
    A baffling new seek-and-find puzzle is challenging players to spot the evil ghost hiding outside of a haunted house. Created by Scottish company Cottages and Castles ahead of Halloween, the themed brainteaser has stumped many who've accept the challenge in the hopes of putting their observation skills to the test. It has taken an average of 2 minutes and 37 seconds for players to find the creepiest ghost hiding among the ghouls - but do you have it takes to set a new record?  Scroll down for reveal  A new brainteaser created by Cottages and Castles, challenges the internet to spot an evil ghost hiding among other ghouls (pictured) The tricky seek-and-find puzzle shows dozens of ghosts, bats and creepy creatures with striking similarities, haunting a large house. Cottages and Castle designed the puzzle in the hopes of encouraging tourists to seek out spooky attractions around 31st October. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next McDonald's launches new breakfast roll with cheese, bacon,... Student, 21, who lost her sense of taste and smell when she......
    A WOMAN has urged people to always get a patch test after she shared the disastrous results of her eyebrow lamination - which progressively got worse.  The beauty treatment is rising in popularity, and involves perming the hairs using a chemical solution, with the outcome lasting around six weeks.  11A woman is warning about the dangers of not having a patch test after she developed an allergic reactionCredit: Tiktok/MillieBucknall After booking in for a treatment to get her brows laminated, one woman shared snaps of her eyebrows every day - as she developed a brutal allergic reaction.  Right after the treatment her brows are perfectly arched, but as the week goes on they become red, crusty and her face begins to swell up.  By day eight one of her eyes is permanently closed, and she can only open the other one a sliver.  She ended up in hospital for treatment, as she urged women to always get a patch test, and ensure the beautician was qualified.  11The woman went to get her eyebrows laminated, a popular beauty treatment right nowCredit:...
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