Matthew Parker's Decoder #2014-04

Something fishy is going on with April's code. Here it is again:

Matthew Parker's Decoder -- April '14

How It Works

This code is made entirely of fish! To break it, all you have to do is match each fishy symbol to the letter it represents. (Most symbols match the first letter of the species name.)

Click here to see the whole alphabet.

Coolness!

April Fools’ Day is celebrated around the globe. In some countries, such as France, Belgium and parts of Canada, children celebrate by sneakily taping a paper fish on someone else’s back and then shouting, “Poisson d’Avril!” Translated into English, that means “April fish” and stands for a young fish that’s easily tricked. No joke!

Look for a new decoder in the next issue of Clubhouse magazine.

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