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Obviously, we must be able to see part of the hidden thing or at least we should be able to imagine it. A toy in a sealed present box is a bad example for this challenge as long as we do not have any clue that inside that box is a toy. A dust cover over a car is a good example because we can identify the form of it. Be creative! No snapshots please!
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