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Twitter users beat the CIA in their own quiz game


The CIA publishes two photos asking would-be spies to spot ten differences between them – only for avid Twitter users who find TWELVE

  • Eagle-eyed social media users defeated the CIA in their own quiz game
  • The CIA on Tuesday shared two photos of an idyllic downtown scene with the challenge of finding 10 differences between them
  • Aspiring spies were able to find 12, two more than reported by the CIA

Eagle-eyed social media users beat the CIA on their own quiz game shared on Twitter this week.

The CIA released a quiz game on Tuesday in which two photos of an idyllic downtown scene were shared with the challenge of finding 10 differences between the two photos.

But aspiring spies were able to spot 12 differences between the photos.

Eagle-eyed social media users beat the CIA on their own quiz game shared on Twitter this week

Can you tell the difference The CIA shared these two photos and asked readers to find 10 differences between the two

Can you tell the difference The CIA shared these two photos and asked readers to find 10 differences between the two

The agency said on Wednesday, “If you've noticed more than 10 differences, you've done a good job. Always look for ways to learn more and share the answers to 10 key changes.

The clever users found two tiny details that the CIA had overlooked – a missing thin line of paint on the left side of the photo under one of the archways and a missing car logo on a vehicle on the left side of the street.

& # 39; More than 10! & # 39; Twitter user Shari Odell shared triumphantly on Twitter and circled his finds.

& # 39; More than 10! & # 39; Twitter user Shari Odell shared triumphantly on Twitter and circled his finds. The two details the CIA overlooked include a missing thin line of paint on the left side of the photo under one of the archways and a missing car logo on a vehicle on the left side of the street

& # 39; More than 10! & # 39; Twitter user Shari Odell shared triumphantly on Twitter and circled his finds. The two details the CIA overlooked include a missing thin line of paint on the left side of the photo under one of the archways and a missing car logo on a vehicle on the left side of the street

"Apparently a trick question!" said a Twitter user.

& # 39; Ugh … I missed the stains on the tunnel wall and the car badge. Well done! & # 39; another cheered.

& # 39; Hey CIA … we have more than 10 differences [sic]. You need more skills, ”added another person with a wink.

"You missed those two, CIA," added another.

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