Sand and camel – 7 Little Words Puzzle Answers
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Sand and camel clue answer for 7 Little Words can be a little tricky to find out. Don’t worry my friends. Below we have listed the answer for 7 Little Words Sand and camel clue. This answer will surely help you to figure out and solve today’s 7 Little Words puzzle.

About 7 Little Words

7 Little Words is a fun word puzzle that you can play at any time of the day. The game has been created by Blue Ox Technologies. In the game, you have to identify 7 words.

To identify these 7 words, you get 7 clues. Now as you see the puzzle, you can see a grid of 4X5. In each of the boxes, there are 2 or three alphabets clubbed together.

These alphabets when arranged together as per the clues form a word that is the answer to the puzzle. For your help, the creator of the game has listed the number of letters in each word.

There is no penalty for a wrong answer. Also, there is no time limit to solve the puzzle.

Sand and camel 7 Little Words Answer

Now that you know how to play the game, let us have a look at the answer for the clue Sand and camel for today’s 7 Little Words puzzle.


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Definition of Sand and camel 7 Little Words Answer

Browns is a locality in Central Southland in New Zealand's South Island. It is just to the east of the town of Winton in the southwestern reaches of the Hokonui Hills. State Highway 96 passes through the town on its route between Winton and Springhills. Browns was also the terminus of a railway branch line from 1953 until 1968. In 1883, a bush tramway was built into the Browns area from a junction with the Kingston Branch in Winton. In the 1890s, it was upgraded to railway standards, extended to Hedgehope, and handed over to the New Zealand Railways Department. This line was known as the Hedgehope Branch and opened on 17 July 1899 with a station in Browns. Passenger services ceased on 9 February 1931, and due to the decline in freight from stations beyond Browns, the Browns-Hedgehope section closed on 24 December 1953. Agricultural lime was the predominant traffic from Browns, and when government subsidies for the transport of lime by rail were slashed and the railway link to the primary destination for Browns lime was closed, freight tonnages fell below sustainable levels. Accordingly, the branch from Winton to Browns was closed on 1 January 1968. Very little of Browns' railway heritage is now evident in the village.

Note: Many a time the game developers use the same clue for different puzzles. To remove this confusion, the best practice while solving the puzzle is to look for the number of words in the puzzle. Also, check for the words that are available in the boxes. This trick might come in handy if there are two same clues.

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