Find 1 of 6 Words Hidden in the Picture
[2188] Find 1 of 6 Words Hidden in the Picture - The picture shows two parents, two children and their pets sitting down and enjoying reading their books. But there in and among them are six hidden words. Find 1 of 6 Words Hidden in the Picture. - #brainteasers #wordpuzzles - Correct Answers: 470 - The first user who solved this task is Sean Snow
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Find 1 of 6 Words Hidden in the Picture

The picture shows two parents, two children and their pets sitting down and enjoying reading their books. But there in and among them are six hidden words. Find 1 of 6 Words Hidden in the Picture.
Correct answers: 470
The first user who solved this task is Sean Snow.
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Fun at the zoo!

Little Johnny wanted to go to the zoo and pestered his parents for days. Finally his mother talked his reluctant father into taking him.

"So how was it?" his mother asked when they returned home.

"Great," Little Johnny replied.

"Did you and your father have a good time?" asked his mother.

"Yeah, Daddy especially liked it," exclaimed Little Johnny excitedly, especially when one of the animals came home at 30 to 1!"

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Born 24 Jun 1927; died 30 Sep 2014 at age 87. Martin Lewis Perl was an American physicist who received the 1995 Nobel Prize for Physics for discovering a subatomic particle that he named the tau, a massive lepton with a negative charge. The tau, which he found in the mid-1970s, was the first evidence of a third “generation” of fundamental particles. It is a superheavy cousin of the electron, identical in all respects except that the tau is more than 3,500 times heavier than the electron and survives less than a trillionth of a second, whereas the electron is stable.
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