What is it with pandas? Why do they feel the need to hide? This might look familiar, because Hungarian artist Dudolf released an image of a panda hidden among a field of snowmen and people couldn’t help trying to find it. In droves.And of course they couldn’t help it. A hidden panda is an itch you can’t scratch. Give people a puzzle and they’ll need to solve it. Put a cute panda on the line? Look out!

Now Norway’s Espen Westum is at it. He’s stashed the panda away among the white-and-black painted faces of black metal fans. What a development!

People just can’t help trying to find pandas.

Within days of posting his drawing, Westum’s challenge had been shared more than 7,000 times.

People just can't help trying to find pandas.
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And a group of black metal fans makes for a singularly Norwegian puzzle.

It is the home of black metal, after all.

And a group of black metal fans makes for a singularly Norwegian puzzle.
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And a panda looks very similar to a black metal fan, only it’s not actually wearing any makeup.

Which is not to say that pandas are naturally black metal fans.

And a panda looks very similar to a black metal fan, only it's not actually wearing any makeup.
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One fan pointed out just how much Espen’s puzzle had been shared around beyond his scope.

Front page of reddit, not bad! People can’t get enough of this panda!

But are people finding it?

One fan pointed out just how much Espen's puzzle had been shared around beyond his scope.
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Well, some say the puzzle was too easy.

For his part, Espen says he made the puzzle “just for fun. Not to be a challenge.”

Well, some say the puzzle was too easy.
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But the’s definitely in the crowd — and the crowd is surprisingly well behaved.

Especially considering the weapons they’re carrying. That could be a terrifying mosh pit!

But the's definitely in the crowd — and the crowd is surprisingly well behaved.
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See? Panda!

How long did it take you?

See? Panda!
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