CISRA Puzzle Competition 2011  Solutions
5A. Latin Pipes II
Shown below is Andrew Shellshear's worked solution, with numbers
annotating the order in which the squares are solved. The order isn't canonical –
at many points there are several possible squares to solve. There is
only one particular bit of logic in this version – for square
43 (top row near middle), the top of the square has to be a pipe
otherwise the "·" and "–" pieces cannot be placed.
Once all the squares are solved, we look at the intersection dots. Colour
in all the sections that contain a dot, and you get the shape below.
The shape represents a RABBIT, or BUNNY, either of which is acceptable as the solution.
LAPIN is also accepted (due to the connection with the
puzzle title), though we definitely missed a trick by not thinking of LEPUS.
