I touch your face, I'm in your words, I'm lack of space and beloved by birds.
What can you catch but not throw?
Large as a mountain, small as a pea,
Endlessly swimming in a waterless sea.
First you see me in the grass dressed in yellow gay; next I am in dainty white, then I fly away. What am I?
It cannot be seen, cannot be felt, Cannot be heard, cannot be smelt. It lies behind stars and under hills, And empty holes it fills. It comes first and follows after, Ends life, kills laughter.
What breaks but never falls?
The Pearls of night, stolen in clearest light of day.
What falls but never breaks?
You will find him in the mountains
And you'll find him in the creek
He has no mouth -
Yet he speaks in every tongue
He has no ears -
And yet will answer every cry
Always having the final word
A thousand colored folds stretch toward the sky,
Atop a tender strand,
Rising from the land,
'Til killed by maiden's hand,
Perhaps a token of love, perhaps to say goodbye.
A bridge in a hollow
And a hundred going over it
No blacksmith, nor mason,
nor carpenter built it.
A whole dale filled, but nod even one full hand?
My love, when I gaze on thy beautiful face,
Careering along, yet always in place —
The thought has often come into my mind
If I ever shall see thy glorious behind.
What has roots as nobody sees, Is taller than trees, Up, up it goes, And yet never grows?
What is thick but thin as a puff
What is short but tall as a bluff
What brings peace and calms the see
What dazzles the eyes of you and me?
Can run but never walks, Has a mouth and never talks, Has a head but never weeps, Has a bed but never sleeps.
Walks in the wind,
But stand where there's moist,
Counts time, stops clocks,
Swallows kingdoms, gnaws rocks.
A thief steals from the rich,
And gives unto the poor.
She pays out in argent,
That which she stole in or.
Of she and he she robs,
More beauteous she by far:
She I love to gaze on;
Him I’ll never dare.
What has a mouth but cannot chew?
What can be quick and deadly and gathers by the ocean?
What grows when it eats, but dies when it drinks?
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To solve these guessing games about Nature you will have to read a statement that describes something related to this subject, and come up with the answer. These are very fun riddles about plants, trees, flowers and natural phenomena. Discover the specific section for funny science riddles.
When you're ready, read each question or statement, and stop to think about the answer for a few minutes. When you think you have figured it out, check the answer to see if you got it right.
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Come on and learn to identify natural phenomena, plants, trees and flowers through easy Nature riddles. You'll see how fun and simple it is to learn about the natural sciences through riddles.
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