Divide the below grid into ten areas (blobs) so that each area:

- ... is contiguous (all cells connect via edges, not just vertices).
- ... has exactly one of the ten numbers shown in the grid.
- ... contains as many cells as the number that it contains.
- ... borders (along edges, not vertices) the same number of other areas as the number that it contains; for example, a 6-cell area will border six other areas, again based on the digit 6 that is contained within its bounds.

2 | 4 | ||||

3 | |||||

4 | |||||

5 | |||||

6 | 2 | 3 | |||

5 | 2 |

An example of a completed puzzle of this type is

3 | 4 | ||||

4 | 4 | 3 | |||

6 | |||||

4 | |||||

3 | 3 | 2 |

Puzzle by Thinh Van Duc Lai, from N.Y.Times Magazine, March 31, 2019.