Boggle Puzzle: Mammals Hiding in the Letters
How many words can YOU find?
Exercise your mind by searching for words hidden in the Boggle cube. The more letters the better – plus bonus words to up the ante. Find as many words as you can by linking letters up, down, side-to-side, and diagonally. You may only use each letter box once within a single word. Pay special attention to the Boggle BrainBusters Bonus words! Play with a friend and compare word finds, crossing out common words. Up this week, find the mammals hiding in the letters.
Tip: Play on your tablet or computer
To play the game on your tablet or computer, download the puzzle image above, then use any basic photo editing software (such as Preview, available on Apple products) to mark up the puzzle, as in the example below:
Bonus answers to Boggle brain-building puzzle below
Mammals hiding in the Boggle puzzle:
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