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Guess the coordinates () Type two numbers separated by a comma.

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The wallaby is .

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Find the hidden wallaby using the clues revealed at the chosen coordinates.

Instructions

Guess where the wallaby may be hiding and then type in the coordinates of that point. If you are not correct you will be shown how far your guess is from the wallaby's hiding place.

The units used are the length of one side on one of the squares in the grid above.

Your challenge is to find all ten wallabies in the smallest number of tries.

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Friday, June 24, 2016

"This activity can be played as a game with two players or teams. Open this page in two tabs then players take it in turns to enter guesses into their version of this page:tabsThe first player or team to find all ten wallabies is the winner."

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