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    The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has previously posted similar spot-the-difference images, ostensibly seeking to engage with youngsters.

    In the run-up to Halloween, followers of the CIA Twitter account had the opportunity to test their observation skills, as the Central Intelligence Agency tweeted two seemingly similar spooky scenes complete with pumpkins, graveyards and bats, calling upon users to spot the “disguised differences”.

    ​Many Twitter users eagerly rose to the challenge, retweeting the images to say they had spied up to 13 differences between the pair of pictures.

    Not all netizens appreciated the Halloween spirit of the post.

    ​Some users offered a creative take on the meaning of the images posted by the CIA.

    ​Others applauded the effort by the CIA to ‘engage”.

    ​It transpired there were a total of 13 differences between the images posted by the CIA on Twitter. The agency has encouraged similar “spot the difference” puzzles on its dedicated page Spy Kids, aimed at drawing the attention of youngsters to look further at the agency .


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