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One photo shows a horse whose skin spelt the term "horse". Pattern in the colours of different pet hairs or furs can sometimes create what man perceives as intimate designs, sometimes also alphabetic characters. However, the marks on the skin of an animal, which spell a whole term with five characters, are highly uncommon, especially if the results are an identification of the horse itself with the same name - as here with a horse whose knows on dark grey skin makes up the term "horse":
You can find this horse picture onface. It is known that odd designs appear on colored ponies, but this looks a little too good to be tru. The picture is another Worth1000 (now DesignCrowd) Photographic Effects Contest winner, a second place in the "Spell It Out" page.
Here is a cross-referencing that shows the horse in questions before it was digitally manipulated:
Horseshoe boot Viral Brain Teaser
A lot of folks argue about the right response to this issue, which already has over 500,000 Facebook feedbacks. You can also read on for the response. An intricate part about the issue is the third formula has 2 horse shoes and 2 jackboots, but the forth line has only 1 horse shoe and 1 heel.
Let us now resolve the value of each object. In the first formula we can find out that the horse is 10. We can then release from the second that each shoe is 2, from the third we can release that the value of one shoe is 1.
Then we have to assess the value of the boots plus (horse × horseshoe). That is why the right response is 21. Much like the floral/algebra issue and the fructification issue, this issue also went virally and generates a great deal of debate.