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Being able to vividly retain an image in your mind after only brief exposure to it is incredibly rare. It's known as eidetic memory. Some initial tests have suggested that a small percent of children and a smaller amount of adults have this special ability. This allows them to continue to see an image, in detail, for a short while even after it's taken away. Do you think you have this ability?
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