Riddle #81

Question: A person has one lion, one lamb and a bundle of grass. He wants to cross a river but there is only one boat and it can't sustain the weight of more than two articles at time. Also, he has to make sure that the lion doesn't eat the lamb and the lamb doesn't eat the grass. How will he get to the other side of the river with all three intact?

Riddle Discussion

By: me2 on 21/9/15

so the person has to get take them across one by one. so he takes the lamb first deposits it to the other side, then takes the bundle of grass takes it to the other side, then takes the lamb with him and puts it back where it was first and takes the lion instead and takes it to the other side and then goes back for the lamb and takes it to the other side.

By: darkfrost on 14/3/15

You take the lion. Then the grass and then the sheep.

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