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Can you spot the hidden turtle in less than 31 seconds in a tricky new brain teaser? Most people can’t do that

There’s a reason people are so obsessed with brain teasers these days.

Brain teasers are so much fun and help keep your mind as sharp as possible. They’re even better when they’re created for a good cause.

Teemill created a brain teaser that includes a hidden turtle to spread an important global message

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Teemill created a brain teaser that includes a hidden turtle to spread an important global messageCredit: Teemill

The latest brain teaser to get people scratching their heads is an environmentally inspired image.

The brain teaser was created to highlight something very important about the health and future of our planet.

The fashion industry is responsible for 20% of industrial water pollution – which is not good at all.

A sustainable merchandising platform called Teemill created this thought-provoking brain teaser for people to try for themselves.

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The goal of the brain teaser is to discover the hidden turtle hiding somewhere among other sea creatures and plastic waste.

According to Teemill, spotting the hidden turtle in this puzzle might not be the hardest challenge, but it’s all about getting the conversation started.

More people need to debate that leatherback turtles could become extinct in the next 60 years.

At this point, they are considered critically endangered due to their current rate of decline.

The brain teaser picture is filled with plastic bags, plastic bottles and plastic cutlery.

The hidden turtle is shown here in a red circle

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The hidden turtle is shown here in a red circleCredit: Teemill

All the plastic trash scattered around the brainteaser creates a realistic picture of what the ocean really looks like today.

Teemill’s Supply Chain Lead is Rheanna Coleman.

She says: “Organic cotton is a biodegradable and natural material, all the products we make are designed to be sent back and made new at the end of their life.”

She continues, “That means no pollution ends up on land or in the sea because your products don’t use any plastic.”

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If she has her way, people will start using sustainable goods made from biodegradable materials instead of plastic.

One of the easiest ways to make a change is to avoid fast fashion (which often ships in plastic bags) to protect marine life.

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Jessica MacLeish

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