P-P-P-P-PICK UP A PENGUIN
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“I don’t understand” said Watson as he took a seat next to old friend Holmes. “We did everything they asked and left the ransom where they told us but they still have not returned Bash to his keepers”.
“Penguins cannot survive long without the proper conditions and I fear for Bash’s safety. I checked again five minutes ago and found that a strange note had been delivered to the zoo. I don’t know what to think, it looks more like a list of some kind.”
“Let me see” said Holmes,
Aha! As I suspected, a well-educated individual with an eye for detail, beautifully hand written in straight lines, every detail is perfect with all the t’s crossed, the i’s dotted and on fine parchment too. But notice that there are no capital letters Watson. He has told us everything we need know.
I can tell you exactly where the Penguin has been left and as usual, it’s elementary my dear Watson
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum