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What walks on 4 legs in the morning 2 legs in the noon and 3 legs at night?

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The answer is a human. At the beginning of life (the morning) he crawls as a baby on all fours. During the middle of his life he walks on two legs (noon) and at the end of his life (the night) he walks with a cane (three legs). The cane is an ancient symbol representing knowledge according to Egyptian belief.

This is the classic Riddle of the Sphinx; the Sphinx at Thebes posed the riddle to travelers; if they failed to solve it, they were killed, if they answered it correct the Sphinx would kill itself; Oedipus answered it correctly.
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What animal walks on 4 legs in the morning 2 legs in the afternoon and 3 legs at night?

A human   The morning, afternoon, and night represent said person's life.   In the "morning" the person crawls, or walks on 4 legs.   In the "afternoon" the person wa

What walks on 4 legs in the morning 3 legs in the noon and 2 legs at night?

A person. Morning is the beginning of life, when you crawl on your four, Noon is when you're an adult, you walk on 2 legs, and night is when life is almost over, you have 2 le

What has 4 legs in the morning 2 leg at midday and 3 legs at night?

This is an ancient philosophical question - the answer is man !.. In his early life (the morning) man goes around on all fours - being unable to walk. Through most of his rema