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After years of bad business, a local zoo has finally run out of money to feed its animals. Bellies rumbling from days with no food, the animals make a plan to escape the zoo. After prying open the bars on their rusted cages, all the animals attempt to find their way through the mazelike walls of the zoo to the exit.
 
After years of bad business, a local zoo has finally run out of money to feed its animals. Bellies rumbling from days with no food, the animals make a plan to escape the zoo. After prying open the bars on their rusted cages, all the animals attempt to find their way through the mazelike walls of the zoo to the exit.
   
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Touch the picture of each animal you think made it safely out of the zoo and then touch {{red|Submit}} to answer. Just remember, animals show their true colours in the wild.
 
Touch the picture of each animal you think made it safely out of the zoo and then touch {{red|Submit}} to answer. Just remember, animals show their true colours in the wild.
|hint1 = To start, try tracing your way through the maze. This trick is probably old news to you by now, but in case you forgot, it's often helpful to try working backward from the exit.
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|hint2 = Do mazes make your head spin? Take some of the work out of following all those roads by using the Memo function to mark dead ends and the paths that lead to them.
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|hint3 = If you've already figured out which animals can make it to the exit, congratulations. But think for a moment about the title of this puzzle. All of the animals are free once they leave their cages, but it can be a jungle out there. Just because an animal can find its way to the exit doesn't mean it'll make it out alive...
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To start, try tracing your way through the maze. This trick is probably old news to you by now, but in case you forgot, it's often helpful to try
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working backward from the exit.
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To start, try tracing your way though the maze with the stylus.
   
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Also, this trick is probably old news to you by now, but in case you've forgotten, it's often helpful to try working your way backwards from the exit.
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;US Version
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Do mazes make your head spin? Take some of the work out of following all those roads by using the Memo function to mark dead ends and the paths that lead to them.
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;UK Version
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Do mazes make your head spin? Take some of the work out of following all those corridors by using the Memo function to mark dead ends and the paths that lead to them.
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|hint3 =
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;US Version
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If you've already figured out which animals can make it to the exit, congratulations. But think for a moment about the title of this puzzle. All of the animals are free once they leave their cages, but it can be a jungle out there. Just because an animal can find its way to the exit doesn't mean it'll make it out alive...
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;UK Version
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If you've already worked out which animals can make it to the exit, congratulations! But think for a moment about the title of this puzzle. All the animals are free once they leave their cage, but it can be a jungle out there. Just because there is a route from an animal's cage to the exit, doesn't necessarily mean that animal will be able to make it there safely.
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Too bad!
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Think hard about the clues you've been given and try again.
 
Think hard about the clues you've been given and try again.
|correct = Sharp thinking!
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Think hard about the puzzle and try again.
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Sharp thinking!
 
;US Version
 
;US Version
 
The only animal that will safely escape to freedom is the lion. While both the rabbit and the lion will make it as far as the path to the exit, the second the lion spots the rabbit, he's guaranteed to eat it.
 
The only animal that will safely escape to freedom is the lion. While both the rabbit and the lion will make it as far as the path to the exit, the second the lion spots the rabbit, he's guaranteed to eat it.

Latest revision as of 16:43, April 6, 2019

Surviving in the Wild is a puzzle in Professor Layton and the Diabolical Box.

Puzzle

US Version

After years of bad business, a local zoo has finally run out of money to feed its animals. Bellies rumbling from days with no food, the animals make a plan to escape the zoo. After prying open the bars on their rusted cages, all the animals attempt to find their way through the mazelike walls of the zoo to the exit.

Tap the picture of each animal you think made it safely out of the zoo, and then tap submit to answer. Just remember, an animal shows its true colors in the wild.

UK Version

After years of bad business, a zoo has finally run out of money to buy food for its animals. Bellies rumbling from days with no food, the animals make a plan to escape the zoo. After prising open the rusty bars on their cages, all the animals attempt to find their way through the maze-like paths of the zoo to the exit.

Touch the picture of each animal you think made it safely out of the zoo and then touch Submit to answer. Just remember, animals show their true colours in the wild.

Hints




Click a Tab to reveal the Hint.

US Version

To start, try tracing your way through the maze. This trick is probably old news to you by now, but in case you forgot, it's often helpful to try working backward from the exit.

UK Version

To start, try tracing your way though the maze with the stylus.

Also, this trick is probably old news to you by now, but in case you've forgotten, it's often helpful to try working your way backwards from the exit.

US Version

Do mazes make your head spin? Take some of the work out of following all those roads by using the Memo function to mark dead ends and the paths that lead to them.

UK Version

Do mazes make your head spin? Take some of the work out of following all those corridors by using the Memo function to mark dead ends and the paths that lead to them.

US Version

If you've already figured out which animals can make it to the exit, congratulations. But think for a moment about the title of this puzzle. All of the animals are free once they leave their cages, but it can be a jungle out there. Just because an animal can find its way to the exit doesn't mean it'll make it out alive...

UK Version

If you've already worked out which animals can make it to the exit, congratulations! But think for a moment about the title of this puzzle. All the animals are free once they leave their cage, but it can be a jungle out there. Just because there is a route from an animal's cage to the exit, doesn't necessarily mean that animal will be able to make it there safely.


Solution

Incorrect

Too bad!

US Version

Think hard about the clues you've been given and try again.

UK Version

Think hard about the puzzle and try again.

Correct

Sharp thinking!

US Version

The only animal that will safely escape to freedom is the lion. While both the rabbit and the lion will make it as far as the path to the exit, the second the lion spots the rabbit, he's guaranteed to eat it.

UK Version

The only animal that will safely escape to freedom is the lion. While both the rabbit and the lion will make it as far as the path to the exit, the second the lion spots the rabbit he's guaranteed to eat it.

Nature, red in tooth and claw...

DB025S

A big thanks to http://professorlayton2walkthrough.blogspot.com

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