|When five new baby animals were born recently, Summerset Zoo decided to
follow the lead of various athletic teams and sell naming rights to local
businesses. Each of five sponsors, including Soundbite Communications,
paid a different amount of money to choose one animal's name; and the Zoo
realized $40,000 total from the idea. Given the clues below, can you
solve this Logic Puzzle by finding each different animal's name (one is
Bill) and how much the sponsor of each paid for the naming rights?
- The smallest amount paid to name an animal was $2,500.
- The warthog isn't the baby animal named Mimosa.
- The sponsor who named one baby Winkle spent $2,500 more for naming
rights than the company naming the platypus.
- Vaporware, Inc. isn't the company that named one baby Koko.
- The rhinoceros' naming rights cost $5,000 more than those for the
animal named Mimosa and $10,000 more than what Toys4U paid.
- The company that named one animal Roland spent twice as much as
Horizon Homes did.
- The baby giraffe isn't the animal named by Old Army Stores.
- The sponsor who named the orangutan paid $5,000 more for rights than
- Toys4U didn't buy the naming rights to the baby platypus.