The rabbit or duck is one of the most popular ambiguous optical illusion.
In this illusion, the head of the animal can be either perceived as a rabbit or a duck. The rabbit’s ear and duck’s beak are one for both the animal.
The first duck rabbit illusion appeared in the German Humor magazine named Fliegende Blätter in the year 1892.
Fliegende Bläter Magazine: Rabbit And Duck
Joseph Jastrow: Duck-Rabbit Figure
Walter Ehrenstein: Full Version Of Rabbit Or Duck Illusion
Ludwig Wittgenstein: Duck Or Rabbit Optical Illusion
Roger Shepard: Rabbit Or Duck
A Full Version Of Rabbit And Duck Optical Illusion
Duck Rabbit Book
|Author||Amy Krouse Rosenthal|
|Genre||Children’s Picture Book|
|Reading Level||Age 03-08|
Duck! Rabbit! is a funny read aloud picture book for children by Amy Krouse Rosenthal. Two unseen characters are in dilemma as they argue whether the picture is a rabbit or duck.
The picture of the book is based on the famous classic rabbit or duck ambiguous image optical illusion.
The book was a New York Bestseller for 9 weeks.
The book was awarded winner in picture category…
- Beehive Awards Picture Book in 2011
- Grand Canyon Reader Award Picture Book in 2012
Rabbit Or Duck Optical Illusion Cartoons
The above cartoon features two ambiguous images. They are:
- Duck or rabbit
- Boring’s wife or mother-in-law
An interesting aspect about this cartoon is that the wife or mother-in-law is performing shadow art of duck or rabbit.