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Puzzle ID:#774
Fun:*** (2.48)
Difficulty:** (1.3)
Submitted By:JakeAadminus*mod!!!




What do these animals all have in common?

Ant Eater


They all have unusually long body parts.

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Feb 25, 2002

this one is a very good one good job for the person.
Apr 06, 2002

What is so unusually long about an elephant? Its trunk can not count as a nose, seeing as it serves more than the purpose of smelling, and all trunks are that long!
Jun 04, 2002

they are also all indigenous to Africa (depending on species, like the African elephant)
Jun 05, 2002

If a guy named club makes a comment, don't worry he's retarded. As for the riddle, It was cool.
Jul 16, 2002

bighippo4 do you have a trunck on the front part of your body? in terms of everything else a trunk is different on an elephant as compared to any other animal
Sep 14, 2005

Heehee i had fun with this one. Keep up the good job!
Nov 03, 2005

Can anyone tell me what their unusually long body parts are?
Dec 20, 2006

Elephant - trunk
Ant Eater - head?
Ostrich - necks and legs
Giraffe - neck
Apr 02, 2007

LOL omy god
Apr 02, 2007

long body parts can be on humans also
Apr 02, 2007

im talking about legs if u were over thinking my previous comment

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