|The new Summerset Zoo Clock is a specially-made variant on the traditional
cuckoo clock: at each hour, an exact model of a different longtime zoo
resident pops out and counts off the time with its own distinctive sound.
From the time chart below, can you solve the Zoo Clock Logic Puzzle: the
name and kind of animal (one is an alligator) that calls, growls, roars,
trumpets, bleats, or etc., out each hour of the day?
- Sam isn't the longtime zoo denizen who announces 11:00.
- Hector is directly opposite the giraffe on the clock face (i.e.,
six hours apart).
- Twice a day, the zebra makes an appearance one hour before Clyde and
two hours before Tomasina.
- The condor pops out an hour before the gorilla, which is opposite
zoo favorite Annabel on the clock.
- On the Zoo Clock face, George is directly between the camel and
rhinoceros and directly opposite Eloise.
- Dora pops out of the clock two hours before the elephant.
- The hippopotamus is directly opposite the tiger, which appears one
hour after Martha does.
- Clyde isn't the Summerset Zoo giraffe.
- Hector entertains zoo visitors two hours after George does.
- Leonard gives the time one hour before Eloise, who isn't the lion
or the polar bear.
- The animal directly opposite Walter on the clock isn't the rhinoceros.
- The camel isn't named Annabel.
- Jethro is the longtime zoo resident whose model pops out at 3:00
each and every morning and afternoon.
- Walter is on the clock face two hours after the lion but two hours
before the polar bear.