Can You Find The Polar Bear Among the Ghosts?

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We found an egg among rabbits, a cat among owls and a panda among snowmen. So why shouldn't we in the name of Heaven not want to find a polar bear among spirits ?! (That's rhetorical. Don't answer that.)
Artist, Mind Bender and children's book author Gergely Dudás (aka "Dudolf") celebrates Halloween by sharing his masterful puzzles. This is dedicated to all white creatures.
Yes, we found the polar bear in about 15 seconds. Yes, we know this is pretty easy. And yes, we know Halloween is fast approaching, but these ghosts are pretty cute and we're always on the hunt for a brain teaser, so you have it below:
Surprisingly, according to studies by Lenstore, there is some science behind how people solve brain teasers and puzzles. Women are often more likely to find the hidden object or creature than men, and both sexes are more likely to find it if they exercise frequently. Most people take 45 seconds or less.
If you've found the beautiful arctic creature, congratulations! If not, that's fine, but here's a hint: scan the left side of the image.
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