One rabbit saw six elephants riddle

One rabbit saw six elephants riddle

One rabbit saw six elephants riddle

Can you solve this?

one rabbit saw six elephants

One rabbit saw six elephants while going to the river.

Every elephant saw two monkeys going towards the river.

Every monkey holds one parrot in their hands.

So…Answer me this:

How many animals are going towards the river?

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ANSWER

Only one animal is going to the river…

How is this possible?

”One rabbit saw six elephants while going to the river” : This sentence does not say the elephants are going to the river. It says the rabbit is going to the river when it sees six elephants.

This means that only the rabbit is going to the river.

”Every elephant saw two monkeys going towards the river.”  : every elephant saw two monkeys going toward the river. This sentence didn’t say ”each elephant” it said ”every elephant,” so all the elephants together, saw a total of two monkeys.

Also, the monkeys were not going to the river, they were going toward the river. That is not the same thing…

Last but not least, every monkey holds one parrot in their hands. This doesn’t matter, since they are not going to the river but toward the river.

Therefore, only the rabbit is going to the river.

Now try to solve this tricky riddle!