ANIMAL RIDDLES

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Animals have many of the same characteristics, yet are very different in many other ways. Here are some cool animal facts you may not know:
  • The only type of dog to have a blue tongue is the Chow. Every other species of dog has a pink tongue.
  • The only mammal that can fly is the bat.
  • The only way that a flamingo can eat food is if it's head is in the upside down position.
  • The blue whale holds the title of the largest animal on the planet.
  • One elephant tooth can weigh anywhere from 5 to 10 pounds.
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    Animal Riddles
    Animal riddles are an outstanding activity for parents to give to their children on those dull days off. Riddles about animals are such a terrific learning instrument, [plainly] because they are so familiar to children. As young people develop they are often enlightened about animals that live in this world in a variety of ways. With this familiarity children are often very interested in riddles on animals that seem to already be a part of their lives.

    Here are a few things to keep in mind before you start your kids on an entertaining journey of puzzles today:

    - These riddles are primarily composed of questions that involve the use of various animals and things that relate to them.

    - These riddles aren't the most challenging set of riddles on our site. If you are looking for riddles that are at a higher level of difficulty be sure to check out sections like our "hard riddles" category.

    A Three Humped Camel Riddle

    Hint:
    Pregnant.
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    What Do Cows Drink Riddle

    Hint:
    Cows drink water.
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    What Animal Walks On Four Feet In The Morning Riddle

    Hint:
    Man (or woman). A baby crawls on all fours, then walks on two legs as an adult and uses two legs and a cane when they’re old.
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    Eats Shoots And Leaves Riddle

    Hint:
    Pandas

    "Eats-shoots-leaves." Pandas "eat", then "shoot" then "leave".
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    Hunter Polar Bear Riddle

    Hint:
    He starts at at the NORTH POLE.

    This means he walks south for a mile, but when he heads east for a mile he's just walking round in part of a circle, and stays one mile from the North pole. Therefore he only has to walk a mile north to get back!

    So what color is the bear? It has to be a polar bear, so it's WHITE!
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    Chicken Fox And Grain Riddle

    Hint:
    Take the chicken over first. Go back and bring the grain next, but instead of leaving the chicken with the grain, come back with the chicken. Leave the chicken on the first side and take the fox with you. Leave it on the other side with the grain. Finally, go back over and get the chicken and bring it over.
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    The Largest Breasts Riddle

    Hint:
    The ZeBRA
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    Legs On The Floor

    Hint:
    There are six legs on the floor. Four legs from the bed and your own two legs as you stand in the room.

    All the animals are on the bed and not on the floor.
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    1 Rabbit Saw 6 Elephants Riddle

    Hint:
    5 Animals.

    Lets go through the question again.

    1 rabbit saw 6 elephants while going to the river. Hence, 1 animal (rabbit) is going towards the river.

    Every elephant saw 2 monkeys going towards the river. This is the tricky part, from the sentence it seems to imply each of the 6 elephants saw 2 monkeys going towards the river, hence logically will be 6 x 2 = 12 animals (monkeys) going towards the river.

    However, the statement does not explicitly mention that Every elephant saw 2 DIFFERENT monkeys, hence implicit rules apply and infer that the 2 monkeys are the same.

    Hence, correct answer is that every elephant saw 2 monkeys, and by inference, the 2 monkeys are the same, hence there exists only 2 monkeys which are going towards the river !!

    Finally, every monkey holds 1 parrot in their hands. Hence, 2 parrots are going towards the river.

    So in total, 1 rabbit, 2 monkeys and 2 parrots (5 animals) are going towards the river.
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    The Big Animal Race

    Hint:
    She passed the buck!
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