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Hey I really need your help solving this riddle - On a Sunday morning, while having your morning coffee (or tea), you hear a knock on the door. You go to the door, but find no one; only 3 boxes. You look around again but can't see anyone. You open the biggest one and find a penguin. You open the next one and see there is a cage with a parrot. When you open the smallest one, you find a frog. What are you going to do?

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Return the boxes back to where you saw them.
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Hey I really need your help solving this riddle - On a Sunday morning, while having your morning coffee (or tea), you hear a knock on the door. You go to the door, but find no one; only 3 boxes. You look around again but can't see anyone. You open the biggest one and find a penguin. You open the next one and see there is a cage with a parrot. When you open the smallest one, you find a frog. What are you going to do?

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Hey I really need your help solving this riddle - On a Sunday morning, while having your morning coffee (or tea), you hear a knock on the door. You go to the door, but find no one; only 3 boxes. You look around again but can't see anyone. You open the biggest one and find a penguin. You open the next one and see there is a cage with a parrot. When you open the smallest one, you find a frog. What are you going to do?

It doesn't seem like a riddle actually. I think you just need to state what you would do frankly without making a big deal. According to me,

First: I would give them back to their boxes but I would NOT close the boxes because all of them were living creatures who need to breath.

Second: I would make sure whether they were really sent to me or by mistake and from WHOM ( that's very important).

Third: If I don't know the sender, I would immediately inform the one whose responsible of bringing them in the building to keep me away from responsibility.

It is not a riddle. I think the intent is to test problem solving skills.

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