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There are 14 legs in this group.
There are 6 heads in this group.
There are 12 ears in this group.
There are 50 fingers in this group.
There is 1 tail in this group.

Who could be in this group?

How would these figures change if the dog ran away? :)

thats 4 girbils, 1 duck, and a man with 10 arms

the answer is 5 people and a dog or a cat or anything else with four legs a tail and two ears! very simple really

25 gerbils and one with a tail and the rest have none

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