The Internet freaked out last week when an image of cartoon snowmen surfaced claiming to have a hidden panda somewhere within the drawing. The brain teaser had people everywhere stumped and eager to solve the mystery. Now, just when we thought all of the "find the panda" hype had died down, a new panda image has been released, leading us to believe that pandas are just good at hiding.
People EVERYWHERE are going crazy trying to spot the panda in this sea of snowmen. And when you see the entire drawing by Gergely Dudás, you'll understand WHY it's so hard --->> http://bit.ly/1Mup1rIPosted by First for Women magazine on Tuesday, December 22, 2015
People EVERYWHERE are going crazy trying to spot the panda in this sea of snowmen. And when you see the entire drawing by Gergely Dudás, you'll understand WHY it's so hard --->> http://bit.ly/1Mup1rI
Tracy Lynn Heightchew, from Louisville, KY, was inspired by the cartoon image to show the world her version of 'find the panda'. The photo hangs in Heightchew's kitchen and was taken in August of 1978 at the Junior Achievers National Conference in Bloomington, IN. According to the Huffington Post, Heightchew said, "It's a photo I bought at a thrift store. I love pandas, so the day that the panda jumped out at me, years after I bought the pic was a sweet day for me."
My version of 'can you find the panda' - National Junior Achievers Conference, Bloomington 1978.Posted by Tracy Lynn Heightchew on Monday, December 28, 2015
My version of 'can you find the panda' - National Junior Achievers Conference, Bloomington 1978.
Heightchew had a feeling that the rest of world would enjoy her version of the viral panda drawing that caused cyber chaos--and we're so glad she did because now the panda-monium never has to end!
via Huffington Post
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