Sat. Apr 20th, 2024
alert-–-can-you-spot-the-easter-egg-emoji-or-the-easter-bunny?-tricky-seek-and-find-puzzles-will-put-your-observation-skills-to-the-testAlert – Can YOU spot the Easter Egg Emoji or the Easter Bunny? Tricky seek-and-find puzzles will put your observation skills to the test

A new Easter brain teaser set on the lawn of the White House will test your observation skills to see if you can spot the emojis and bunnies. 

In one, a life-size Easter Bunny stands near President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill, as they laugh and watch youngsters in delight, on the White House lawn.

In another puzzle, a group of children are lined up pictured with a wooden spoon in hand as they are set to roll the Easter egg across the grass on Easter Monday. 

The President is seen in one image getting into the festivities as he is pictured holding a whistle, as a crowd of spectators snap photos and happily look on.

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The Easter Bunny is somewhere in this photo – can you spot it?

A close-up of two little girls dressed in pink are having fun playing the Easter roll. Can you spot the egg emoji?

A close-up of two little girls dressed in pink are having fun playing the Easter roll. Can you spot the egg emoji? 

An easter egg emoji is somewhere in this photo - can you spot it?

An easter egg emoji is somewhere in this photo – can you spot it?

Can you spot the easter egg emoji in this brain teaser?

Can you spot the easter egg emoji in this brain teaser?

In the first puzzle, crowds of people are on the lawn – but can you spot the hidden bunny? 

The Easter egg roll is part of the Easter tradition. In 1878, the first official White House egg roll was during Rutherford B. Hayes presidency.

Just weeks ago, animal rights group PETA wrote to First Lady Jill Biden asking her to replace the traditional Easter egg roll with a potato roll that ‘wouldn’t exploit any sentient beings’.

The annual event runs from 7 am until 7 pm on Easter Monday, with an estimated 30,000 people arriving at the White House to roll dyed, hard-boiled eggs across the grass and see whose will go the furthest before cracking.

In the second puzzle, two girls wearing pink coats play an egg and spoon race on the lawn.

But somewhere on the image, there is a hidden easter egg emoji.

Can you spot it? 

The hidden bunny is circled in red!

The hidden bunny is circled in red!

The hidden easter egg emoji is circled in red!

The hidden easter egg emoji is circled in red!

PETA president Ingrid Newkirk has written to Dr Biden, asking her to use potatoes instead of the traditional painted chicken eggs.

She said: ‘Easter is not a time of renewal or joy for chickens on egg factory farms. It can take up to 36 hours in typically hellish conditions for a hen… to produce just one of the thousands of eggs slated to be used at the White House Easter Egg Roll.

‘Instead of promoting the deleterious factory farming and slaughter industries, will you please initiate the annual White House Potato Roll?’

In the third puzzle, Biden stands at the edge, about to whistle to start the race.

Can you find the hidden egg emoji amid the celebrations? 

The answer is circled in red!

The answer is circled in red! 

A life-size Easter Bunny stands near President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden, who are pictured laughing as they watch the children, participate in the Easter roll

A life-size Easter Bunny stands near President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden, who are pictured laughing as they watch the children, participate in the Easter roll

Thousands of military and veteran families are invited to the lighthearted Easter celebration, as well as caregivers and survivors.

PETA said switching to a potato roll would ‘please everyone who doesn’t eat these cholesterol bombs for health, cultural, religious, or environmental reasons.

‘Or because they don’t want to support filthy factory farms, where hundreds of millions of hens are confined to cages smaller than a letter-size sheet of paper, unable to stretch even one wing.

‘In starch contrast, potatoes are cheaper and healthier than eggs and leave birds in peace.’

Newkirk added: ‘Children love animals and would be sad to learn that the eggs used for fun and games at the White House come from tormented hens whose lives are spent in cages that afford them less space than a standard sheet of typing paper.’

Along with their suggestion, PETA included a photo of brightly dyed potatoes arranged to look like Easter eggs.

The egg roll tradition started in 1878 and has continued ever since.

It takes place on the South Lawn of the White House with activities for the whole family, including story time, games and live entertainment.