Animal Homes Double Puzzle
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    “Animal Homes Double Puzzle,” Friend, Oct. 1995, 26

    Animal Homes Double Puzzle

    Animals often make their own homes. Sometimes man makes them a home, and sometimes a part of an animal’s body is its home. First match each animal with its home,* then find the name of each home in the letter square by reading forward, backward, down, up, and diagonally. The remaining letters, starting at the top and reading from left to right, will spell out the name of a two-family home for some city children.

    B

    O

    G

    S

    L

    W

    O

    B

    U

    H

    U

    T

    C

    H

    D

    C

    R

    I

    U

    A

    P

    F

    E

    O

    R

    V

    V

    L

    O

    I

    L

    C

    O

    E

    L

    L

    R

    L

    O

    O

    W

    N

    D

    E

    I

    T

    D

    O

    E

    E

    A

    H

    E

    W

    G

    N

    N

    P

    T

    S

    E

    N

    E

    X

    E

    G

    A

    C

    O

    O

    P

    B

    1. Ant

    a. Aerie

    2. Bat

    b. Bowl

    3. Bear

    c. Bog

    4. Beaver

    d. Burrow

    5. Bee

    e. Cage

    6. Canary

    f. Cave

    7. Cow

    g. Cocoon

    8. Dove

    h. Coop

    9. Eagle

    i. Cote

    10. Goldfish

    j. Den

    11. Hen

    k. Fold

    12. Hornet

    l. Hill

    13. Pig

    m. Hive

    14. Prairie dog

    n. Hutch

    15. Mosquito

    o. Lodge

    16. Rabbit

    p. Nest

    17. Silkworm

    q. Pen

    18. Spider

    r. Shell

    19. Sheep

    s. Stall

    20. Snail

    t. Web

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