This puzzle long back in US Puzzle Championship 2009 and I created it to understand rules of this puzzle better. This puzzle is variation of standard classic puzzle known with many different names like Fences, Slitherlinks or Loop a Loop. This tops the list of my favorite puzzles. Wolves and Sheep in Fences is very nice variation on Fences puzzle type. As this is my first puzzle of this type.This puzzle is very easy one as compared to the one which appeared in US Puzzle Championship 2009 by Dave Tuller.

I am re-posting this Wolves and Sheep in Fences in Mini Puzzles Series as 16th puzzle.

Draw a single closed loop by connecting neighboring dots horizontally or vertically (but not diagonally). A numbered square indicates exactly how many of its edge segments are used by the path.

A square containing a sheep must end up inside the loop; a square containing a wolf must end up outside the loop.

I am re-posting this Wolves and Sheep in Fences in Mini Puzzles Series as 16th puzzle.

__Rules of Wolves and Sheep in Fences__A square containing a sheep must end up inside the loop; a square containing a wolf must end up outside the loop.

Next Mini Puzzles Series puzzle: Ying Yang (Mini Puzzles Series #17)

Solution of Daily Sudoku League puzzle titled Average Sudoku (Daily Sudoku League #128)

Solution of Daily Sudoku League puzzle titled Average Sudoku (Daily Sudoku League #128)

Average Sudoku (Daily Sudoku League #128) Solution |

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