Top Five Crazy Monkey Riddles You Probably Couldn’t Answer
Riddle me this.
Everyone in this planet absolutely adores monkeys, but nobody likes to be called one. Some say we evolved from them. We keep them in zoos so we can throw bananas at them, and train them to ride unicycles to entertain us. Some of them have picked up the habit of smoking, and others steal away precious equipment from our parked car on a safari trip. After scouring the net for information about these wonderful creatures with hands on their feet, I gathered these five timeless riddles. See if you can answer them all:
Riddle Five: What looks exactly like a monkey but isn’t a monkey?
Riddle Four: The monkey and the rabbit were having an argument. The rabbit made a bet saying he knows a place where he can sit but the monkey cannot. The monkey agreed to the bet. The rabbit won. What place could the rabbit sit but the monkey could not?
Riddle Three: If one monkey can eat one banana in one minute, how many minutes would it take 100 monkeys to eat 100 bananas?
Riddle Two: You are in a room together with 3 primates: a monkey, a chimp, and an ape. The monkey only knows how to write, the chimp only knows how to talk, and the ape only knows how to solve math problems. Which primate in the room is the smartest?
Riddle One: A monkey walking in the forest falls down a deep hole. The hole is 30 feet deep. Everyday, the monkey jumps up 3 feet and slides down 2 feet. How many days would it take for the monkey to escape the hole? (There is no “trick” answer to this, it can be solved naturally)
5: A photo of a monkey
4: The rabbit can sit on the monkey’s back but the monkey can’t sit on his back.
3: One minute
2: You, the human, are the smartest primate in the room
1: It would take 28 days. On the 28th day, once the monkey jumps up 3 feet it could already escape the hole.