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Discover the Odd Ship on the image in 11 seconds

Check out the Odd Ship in the photo: This brain teaser is for those who like to play fun games and puzzles. Brain teasers make a simple riddle or puzzle more interesting because these brain games are solved with creative thinking. While solving these puzzles, you have to analyze the problem a bit differently and out of the box. To arrive at the solution, you have to be creative because the answer will not be right in front of you. So we have come up with an interesting puzzle in which you have to identify the Odd One Out among the ships in the picture.

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Find the Odd Ship on the picture in 11 seconds

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In the image above, you need to identify Odd Ship in the ship group. An alert mind can identify the intruder in 11 seconds. You must look carefully at the image before answering the question because the answer is not as simple as you think. As a warning, the answers to this brain teaser have been given just below the question, so make sure you don’t scroll too far and cheat!

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Index: Look at the scratches on the ships sail.

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In this puzzle, you have to find out this ship which is different from others. There are 6 rows and 10 columns filled with ship faces. To find the strange ship within 11 seconds, you need to quickly run through all the rows and columns.

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The odd ship is in the 4e Row and 9e Column. All other ships have a similar sail with stripes on the right side. The intruder has a sail with stripes on the left side.

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Some puzzles don’t necessarily require math skills or lateral thinking, but are a simple test of your observational skills. This riddle was tricky but simple as it requires less time and brain power to solve. But it feels good when you find the answer in a few seconds.

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