Combine the lines from the front and back. A 6-letter word will form.
There are 8 sheets of paper layered on top of each other. Try to figure out the order of the layers.
Read the letters on the 2nd, 4th, 6th, and 8th sheets (from the top).
The letters actually spell numbers, reading from the bottom right and going upward.
Now try reading the letters in the designated spaces.
The topmost letter is "N."
Try writing out each animal's name and see if that helps.
The clue for l. is on the back of the card.
Draw a line through the red boxes exactly like the clue's example, and a word will appear.
Just as the answer sheet says, draw a line between the answer pairs (g. & h. / i. & j. / k. & l.). Read the letters that the lines cross through from top to bottom and left to light (like reading a book), and you will get "READ SWAN."
Somewhere else in your game contents, there is a matching grid with the same structure and corner marks.
There are swan symbols on the answer sheet.
Check the same spots as the swans on the matching grid that you found.
Did you notice that the answer sheet is the same shape as Puzzle A? When you read the letters on puzzle A where the swans are located on the answer sheet, you can read "Peel PuzzKing." Have you found a PuzzKing that you might be able to peel?