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Isla Earth Radio Series Eco-Puzzles

Below are a few eco-puzzles from our free monthly electronic newsletter, called the e-Digest. To get new puzzles delivered to your email each month, enter your address in the box to the left, just below the heading "Signup for e-Digest".

Jigsaw Eco-Puzzles

  • Three new jigsaw eco-puzzles for July! Puzzle 1 Click here. Puzzle 2 Click here. Puzzle 3 Click here.
  • The Sirenia may not be the sirens or mermaids of sailor lore, but they are endearing and to know them is to love them. Click here.
  • A 'pet praying mantis'? Check it out. Click here.
  • When was the last time you saw a cassowary? Click here.
  • See if you can put this beautiful multi- colored parrot together. Click here.
  • This bird is the United States of America's national symbol. Can you put this magnificent creature back together again? Click here.
  • Little Miss Muffet ran away, how about you? Can you stick around long enough to put this picture of a spider together again? Click here.

Crossword Eco-Puzzles

  • What's the name of the creature that has a devillish nature, much like its cartoon counterpart? Click here.
  • It's a byproduct of catalytic converters. Click here.
  • This business tycoon wanted to build cars from soybeans and power them with ethanol. Hint: he was way ahead of his time. Click here.
  • This rodent was thought to be extinct. Click here.
  • It's a bully of a bivalve that disrupts entire ecosystems. Click here.

Know-It-All Eco-Quizzes

  • Methane hydrates could become a major source of natural gas. True or False? Click here.
  • About 40 percent of the heavy metals, such as lead, mercury, and cadmium, found in landfills comes from e-waste. True or False? Click here.
  • What are three things you can do help reduce the cost of cooling down your house in summer. Multiple choice. Click here.
  • "Living Machines" are sci-fi characters, right? Okay, how about they reduce the burden on public water treatment systems and even cost less? True or False? Click here.