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Kennings Can you guess what these poems are talking about?
Night prowler Midnight Howler Meat hunter Air sniffer Hackle raiser Throat ripper
Answer – a wolf
Fish scarer Body tearer Sea hunter Limb cruncher Fish scoffer Bone cougher Sharp gnasher Skull smasher
Answer – a shark
Body protecter Enemy deflecter City saver Life claimer People holder
Answer – a castle
A boat sinker A wave bringer A people swallower A hair holder
Answer – the sea
A tree-stomper A plant-eater A trunk-washer A tusk-owner
Answer – an elephant
A Meat-eater A prey-pouncher A family-protector A night-watcher A mane-cleaner
Answer – a lion
A man-eater A flame-thrower A tree-stomper A body-stealer A meat-eater A neck ripper
Answer – a dinosaur
Egg-layer Nest-builder Insect-catcher World traveller
Answer – the swallow
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