National Geographic Quiz: Wild Life achievements
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National Geographic Quiz: Wild Life

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Decrypted in National Geographic Quiz: Wild Life

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Use a cryptic clue to help you find a hidden episode.

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Achievement Guide for Decrypted

AuthorSolution
Musquito
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Musquito
Achievement won on 25 Sep 10
TA Score for this game: 1,649
Posted on 11 August 10 at 19:42, Edited on 16 August 10 at 11:07
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EAST AMAZING PLANET CRYPTIC CLUES

Cryptic Clue: Travel to the most tornado prone area in the world to find this episode.
Episode "Natural Disasters" is found in America under the great lakes.

Cryptic Clue: Find this episode at the bottom of the famous waterfall on the Zambezi River.
Episode "Waterfalls" is found in Africa

Cryptic Clue: Find this episode by searching the giant African river that flows into the Mediterranean Sea.
Episode "Rivers" can be found in Egypt by the Nile.

Cryptic Clue: This new episode can be found near the biggest lake in Africa.
Episode “Lakes” can be found on the big lake in Africa.

EASY DANGEROUS ENCOUNTERS CRYPTIC CLUES

Cryptic Clue: These horned creatures can be found near the driest place in Europe.
Episode “Horned Herbivores” can be found in the Pyrenees, border France/Spain.

Cryptic Clue: This enormous city in India is just north of these fearsome animals.
Episode “Cunning Crocs” can be found in India.

Cryptic Clue: These massive creatures can be found near the largest mountain in Africa.
Episode “Never Forget Elephants” can be found east of the big lakes in Africa.

Cryptic Clue: Search along the joint of the Eurasian and Australian tectonic plates to find these lizard.
Episode “Dragons” can be found in Indonesia.

EASY AQUATIC LIFE CRYPTIC CLUES

Cryptic Clue: These snappy creatures can be found living on the famous group of islands on the Equator.
Episode “Crabs and Lobsters” can be found on the island west of South-America.

Cryptic Clue: Follow the dust storm paths from the Gobi desert to find this episode.
Episode “Fishing” can be found on the coastline of China.

Cryptic Clue: These friendly sea creatures can be found along the spreading boundary of the Arabian tectonic plate.
Episode “Dolphins” can be found on the most east point of Africa and south of Saoudi-Arabia.

Cryptic Clue: Located in the Philippine Sea this is the deepest point in the world’s oceans and the home to many unusual fish species
Episode “Crazy Japanese Creatures” can be found in the middle of the sea below Japan

EASY PREDATOR VS. PREY CRYPTIC CLUES

Cryptic Clue: Some of these powerful mammals live near the highest waterfall in North America.
Episode “Bears” can be found on the west coast of North America by the border Canada/America.

Cryptic Clue: The eight legged creatures can be found on the smallest continent.
Episode “Arachnids” can be found on the southeast coast of Australia.

Cryptic Clue: These animals can be found living amongst some of the lowest temperatures in the Northern hemisphere.
Episode “Arctic Predators” can be found on the Arctic ice, left of episode “Cute Predators”.

Cryptic Clue: These magnificent birds can be located at the joint of the South American and Scotia tectonic plates
Episode “Birds of Prey” can be found on the bottom point of South-America
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