Clue 1


Have you already discovered what other element on the card is pointing to the stamp? If not, you should work on the rest of the card and come back to this later.




Clue 2


Not only is the word "pmats" in the URL pointing here, but it's giving you a clue that'll help you decode it.




Solution


The two items needed to solve this puzzle are knowing that it's hexadecimal (based on the shape in the background and confirmed by the format it's written in) and knowing that it's all backwards. If you reverse the text, you'll be able to decode it into: cryptozoology. So your real URL will be: https://www.infinitiinstitutes.org/cryptozoology




Clue 3


A second clue can be found in the background behind the numbers... That shape will point you to a certain "code" of sorts...




Clue 4


Hexagon... What well known numerical system also starts with "hex"?




Clue 5


It's hexadecimal alright, but the way it's written it doesn't make sense. Don't forget about the URL. It didn't just say "stamp," did it?





Clue 1


Have you already discovered what other element on the card is pointing to the stamp? If not, you should work on the rest of the card and come back to this later.




Clue 2


Not only is the word "pmats" in the URL pointing here, but it's giving you a clue that'll help you decode it.




Solution


The two items needed to solve this puzzle are knowing that it's hexadecimal (based on the shape in the background and confirmed by the format it's written in) and knowing that it's all backwards. If you reverse the text, you'll be able to decode it into: cryptozoology. So your real URL will be: https://www.infinitiinstitutes.org/cryptozoology




Clue 3


A second clue can be found in the background behind the numbers... That shape will point you to a certain "code" of sorts...




Clue 4


Hexagon... What well known numerical system also starts with "hex"?




Clue 5


It's hexadecimal alright, but the way it's written it doesn't make sense. Don't forget about the URL. It didn't just say "stamp," did it?





Clue 1


Have you found a functioning website link yet? If not, you should work on other puzzles and come back to this one later.




Clue 2


Take some time to familiarize yourself with the cryptozoology faculty page and how it functions. Understanding how to interact with the page may help you solve the puzzle without needing any more hints.




Solution


For this puzzle, you only need the text inside of Scarlett Long's bio, as indicated by the card. From there, you need to click 4 words in order, based on the images and arrows on the card. To advance, you need to click: mouth, books, Paris, and pen. Two of these are hidden inside other words (Dart mouth and Penn State).




Clue 3


Did you notice that virtually every word in each person's bio is clickable? I know it seems like they just bounce you to the same page again, but that's not always the case.




Clue 4


Your images are clues, but you can narrow the search before you even get to that by focusing on just one bio.




Clue 5


Take the words as literally as possible. Some are well-hidden, perhaps as part of other words.





Clue 1


Have you already discovered what other element on the card is pointing to the stamp? If not, you should work on the rest of the card and come back to this later.




Clue 2


Not only is the word "pmats" in the URL pointing here, but it's giving you a clue that'll help you decode it.




Solution


The two items needed to solve this puzzle are knowing that it's hexadecimal (based on the shape in the background and confirmed by the format it's written in) and knowing that it's all backwards. If you reverse the text, you'll be able to decode it into: cryptozoology. So your real URL will be: https://www.infinitiinstitutes.org/cryptozoology




Clue 3


A second clue can be found in the background behind the numbers... That shape will point you to a certain "code" of sorts...




Clue 4


Hexagon... What well known numerical system also starts with "hex"?




Clue 5


It's hexadecimal alright, but the way it's written it doesn't make sense. Don't forget about the URL. It didn't just say "stamp," did it?





Clue 1


You probably know what you're looking for, and the image in the background helps confirm that.




Clue 2


Pay attention to anything that seems to stick out in the paragraph.




Solution


Notice, there are a series of numbers in the paragraph.




Clue 3


I'm counting on you to do this. I know you'll measure up.




Solution 2


Those numbers will form the height of a specific mountain.




Solution 3


27,940 ft is the height of Lhotse, the fourth highest mountain in the world.





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