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Can you find the eleven hidden colours in the following paragraph ?

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Can you find the eleven hidden colours in the following paragraph:

Many injured animals are invited to live at the 'Toronto Range'. Stop in kangaroo corner and marvel at the lovely creatures within. Dig over the potato patch to find small furry caterpillars, but don't yell! Owls can be found swooping for edible rodents, earwigs or perhaps bluebottles in the undergrowth. The brown bear, Rob, lacks grace and may look like an ogre, enter at your own risk! Peacocks can be found showing their colourful wares, which look fantastic when viewed with our ultraviolet torch.

posted Dec 8, 2015 by Karan Joglekar

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Arranged by lines...
Red (injured), Olive (to live), Orange (toronto range), Pink (Stop in kangaroo)
Indigo (within. Dig over), Yellow (yell! Owls)
Blue (bluebottles), Brown (brown bear), Black (Rob, lacks)
Green (ogre, enter)
Violet (ultraviolet)

answer Dec 11, 2015 by anonymous



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