It’s Follow-Up Friday: ACPT View a Clue answers!

Welcome to Follow-Up Friday!

Follow-Up Friday is an opportunity to look back on past posts and puzzly topics. Whether we’re updating you with new developments, providing answers to a previously posted brain teaser or puzzle, or simply revisiting a subject with a fresh perspective, Follow-Up Friday lets us look back and look forward.

In today’s post, I’ve got the answers to last Friday’s pre-ACPT edition of the View a Clue game!


If you recall, we selected ten animals that commonly show up in crossword grids — some have become crosswordese at this point — to see if the PuzzleNation audience could identify them from pictures.

So, without further ado, let’s get to it!


#1 (3 letters)

Answer: GNU, also known as a wildebeest

#2 (4 letters)

Answer: LYNX, a wild cat native to the colder regions of the Northern Hemisphere

#3 (6 letters)

Answer: ONAGER, a wild Asian donkey-like animal

#4 (4 letters)

Answer: RHEA, a flightless South American bird

#5 (6 letters)

Answer: IMPALA, an African antelope

#6 (9 letters)

Answer: SPRINGBOK, an African gazelle

#7 (4 letters)

Answer: ZEBU, a humpbacked bull native to India

#8 (5 letters)

Answer: COYPU, a South American beaverlike rodent, also known as a nutria

#9 (4 letters)

Answer: KUDU, another type of African antelope

#10 (5 letters)

Answer: HYRAX, a rodent-sized relative of the elephant, native to Africa and Asia


How did you do? Let us know in the comments below!

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