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How do I find a riddle answer finder?

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Several websites offer answers to riddles, including GoodRiddlesNow, BrainDen and Thinks. Each website specializes in different kinds of riddles, and each source handles the inclusion of riddles differently.

GoodRiddlesNow categorizes riddles into good, hard, funny, for kids, best, math, logic and short. Users can submit their own riddles, while other users rate them. This website has a search function to find a specific riddle with an answer.

BrainDen specializes in logic riddles, puzzles and brain teasers. The website features a search function and several riddles on a single page.

Thinks has 40 traditional riddles on its page regarding "puzzle games." This website also contains a tree riddle from the 19th Century that needs 65 tree species to fully answer.


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