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        Optical Illusions: Form | Secret Life of the Brain

        Some scientists say that face recognition occurs in a particular section of the brain. To the brain, this image of Lincoln's face looks normal when viewed upside down, but when turned around becomes clearly distorted. This is because our brains recognize a face only when it is right side up.

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