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We had two riddles to solve... 1st. I am slow when i'm young. Have six legs, large eyes, four wings, exoskeloten,looks like a helicopter when I fly and hunt over water. Unscramble these letters- cqzfnmekx
2nd. live in cold water fast strong swimmer, slim slead and colorful. Eat insects of my own kind, spawn eggs in the spring and am cold blooded. Unscramble these letters- qzhmanv sqnes

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