SERVICES & PRODUCTS
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I swing from tree to tree. I have no tail and I'm not a monkey. Who am I?
I have big ears but am not a bunny, I have a trunk but am not a tree. Who am I?
The proudest bird you'll ever find, with two eyes in front and many more behind. Who am I?
We fly and we hang. Some of us also pollinate your durians. Who am I?
I use my long tongue to snag food and change my colour to show my mood. Who am I?
I am tough on the outside and soft on the underside. With a long and sticky tongue, I slurp up ants and termites. Who am I?
In the water I swim, on land I scurry. A group of us is known as a bevy or family. Who am I?
It is bitter but its fruit is sweet; time is a friend of those with it. What is it?
When used it can open doors, but it is not a key. It takes not just one, but more than three.
What happens to a small stone that works up its courage?
A gift to have but often taken for granted. Too much of this can often be misunderstood as flaunting.
Two houses with doors wide open. They allow a million people in but can't stand a tiny grain.(Hint: a body part)
It works hard all its life, counting numbers day and night, but never gets past 12. What is it?
It's been around for millions of years, but it's no more than a month old. What is it?
What belongs to you but others use it more than you do?
They look like twin brothers, both sturdy and tall. They work together and go everywhere together. But they only go near solid food and do not care for soup. Who are they?