You're a genius if you can find the hidden 'T' in this puzzle within 20 seconds | The Sun

THIS TikTok puzzle is a real head-scratcher.

The brain-teaser challenges you to find the letter "T" among a sea of colourful, L-shaped lines.

It's trickier than it sounds, as the odd-one-out is well hidden among the other shapes.

The puzzle has been around for years and was shared on TikTok by a user who goes by magicphil.

The children’s TV presenter, who has 14,000 followers on the platform, urged users to test their whits.

He claimed that it only took him 20 seconds to find the hidden letter.

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"That's the fastest I've ever found one of these," he said.

If you need help finding the "T" there are a few clues to help.

To start with, note that the hidden letter is the colour blue.

It's also in the righthand portion of the image.

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Still struggling? It's also near the centre of the image.

It's not the only fiendish puzzle to do the rounds on TikTok.

On Tuesday, we reported on an emoji-themed brain teaser that asks you to solve an equation using the solution to three equations that have been completed for you.

It's a simple algebra problem that's a lot trickier than it looks.

The puzzle has done the rounds on social media in the past and was recently shared on TikTok by a user who goes by @puzzlegame21.

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