The puzzle, created by Hungarian artist Gergely Dudas, also known as Dudolf, shows 29 adorable bunnies sitting in five loose rows. Each rabbit has a combination of marks on the ears, face and chest, which differentiate them from each other. But while 14 of the bunnies have a twin, there is one solitary rabbit whose marks are totally unique.

# Which bunny has no pair?

The puzzle, created by Hungarian artist Gergely Dudas, also known as Dudolf, shows 29 adorable bunnies sitting in five loose rows. Each rabbit has a combination of marks on the ears, face and chest, which differentiate them from each other.

Louise Simard12/10/20220 minutes 18, seconds read#### References

##### Louise Simard

Professional pop culture specialist. Bacon guru. Incurable internet fanatic. Amateur internet lover. Extreme tv evangelist. Unapologetic beer geek.

#### Related Articles

## Why is maths difficult for students?

Louise Simard3 minutes 24, seconds readMathematics has some inherent difficulties due to its abstract and cumulative nature. Therefore, students require a solid foundation, they may not be able to learn new things without prior knowledge.

## How common is maths anxiety?

Louise Simard7 minutes 15, seconds readAlthough studies have not been conducted at the population level, researchers estimate that between 6 and 17% of the population experiences mathematical anxiety (Dowker, Sarkar %26 Looi, 201.One way to better understand mathematical anxiety is to think that it has symptoms, causes and companions). Some parts of this site work better with JavaScript enabled.

## Can maths cause mental illness?

Louise Simard3 minutes 17, seconds readMemory-based math problems stimulate a region of the brain called the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex, which has already been linked to depression and anxiety. Mathematics anxiety has been primarily investigated in educational settings, and research has rarely been linked to clinical research on anxiety disorders.

## Why is math important for your brain?

Louise Simard2 minutes 39, seconds readMathematics improves analytical and problem-solving skills, creates the basis for systems thinking, improves the skills needed to reach logical conclusions, broadens the mind to handle unknown tasks with ease and confidence, they learn through trial and error, and promote cautious and careful thinking. Mathematics, especially mental arithmetic, is known to significantly increase brain capacity.