In today's puzzle we feature a painting of a cute and impressive St Bernard dog. The Saint Bernard or St. Bernard is a breed of very large dog that was originally bred for rescue work by the hospice of the Great St Bernard Pass on the Italian-Swiss borded. It's color is typically a red shade with white, or a mahogany brindle with white. The coat can be either smooth or rough; the smooth coat being close and flat, while the rough is dense, flat, and more profuse around the neck and legs. Saint Bernard dogs are calm and patient with adults, and especially children. // Image Credit: Bernard te Gempt, c. 1850 - c. 1879, The Rijksmuseum
In today's puzzle we feature two beautiful parrots sitting on a tree branch. The one on the left is a Blue-fronted Amazon, also known as the Turquoise-fronted Amazon. It is a medium-sized parrot native to South America, specifically Brazil, Paraguay, and Argentina. One of its most striking features is the blue patch of feathers on its forehead, which gives it its name. These parrots are highly social and often form flocks in their natural habitat. They are known for their intelligence and ability to mimic human speech and sounds. In the wild, they feed on a varied diet of fruits, seeds, nuts, and vegetation. Blue-fronted Amazons are popular as pets due to their vibrant colors, playful personalities, and strong bonds with their owners. The one on the right of the image is a Dusky Parrot - a smaller parrot species native to South America, particularly found in northern South America, and is centered on the Guiana countries, the Guiana Shield, and the northeastern Amazon Basin. As its name suggests, the Dusky Parrot has a predominantly dusky or dark gray plumage, a pinkish-red tinge to the belly, and red undertail coverts. Dusky Parrots re often described as more reserved compared to some of their more boisterous parrot cousins. In the wild, they inhabit humid lowland forests and woodlands, where they forage for seeds, fruits, and vegetation.
The Lady Amherst's pheasant is native to southwestern China and far northern Myanmar, but has been introduced elsewhere. These colorful are very difficult to see in their natural habitat, which is dense, dark forests with thick undergrowth. They feed on the ground on grain, leaves and invertebrates, but sleep in trees at night.
Lions are native to Africa and India and live in grasslands, savannahs and shrublands. In this fun puzzle we feature a cute African lion cub playing on a tree log. Female lions can give birth to a litter of between one and four cubs. Lion cubs primarily consume their mother's milk for the first few months of their lives. Lionesses, the female lions, nurse their cubs and provide them with the necessary nutrients to grow and develop. Over time, as the cubs continue to grow and their hunting skills develop, they will gradually shift from relying on their mother's milk to consuming more and more solid food. Cubs typically start to become more independent and eventually leave their mother's care around the age of 1.5 to 2 years old.
The beautiful bison featured in today's puzzle is part of a species of bison that once roamed North America in vast herds. It nearly became extinct in the 19th century. Today wild bison live largely in a few national parks and reserves. Bison are herbivores, grazing on the grasses and sedges of the prairies. They are migratory and herd migrations can be directional as well as altitudinal in some areas. Female bison live in maternal herds which include other females and their offspring. Males live alone or join other males in bachelor herds.
In today's puzzle we're in the park playing fetch with a cute beagle. If you didn't know, the beagle is a scent hound, developed primarily for hunting hare (beagling). It is very intelligent, has a good temper, and a lack of inherited health problems. Beagles are versatile and are nowadays employed for various roles in detection, therapy, and as family pets. They have an even temper, a gentle disposition and are excellent with children.
In this new puzzle feature two cute alpacas. The alpaca comes in two breeds, Suri and Huacaya. Huacaya alpacas are the most commonly found, constituting about 90% of the population. Alpacas are social herd animals that live in family groups, consisting of a territorial alpha male, females, and their young ones. They typically live in temperate conditions, in mountainous terrain and at high altitudes.
Now known as the tricolored heron, the Louisiana heron, is a small species of heron native to coastal parts of the Americas. This species of heron breeds in swamps and other coastal habitats. Adults have a blue-grey head, neck, back, and upper wings, with a white line along the neck. Their belly is white. This puzzle is based on hand-colored engraving and aquatint on Whatman wove paper by Robert Havell after John James Audubon in the series The Birds of America.
Rose-Breasted Grosbeaks, scientific name Pheucticus ludovicianus, are medium-sized songbirds native to North America. The males boast stunning colors that make them a sight to behold. Their most distinguishing feature is a vibrant rose-red patch on their chest, which contrasts elegantly with their black wings and back. The females, although less showy, are still lovely, with streaked brown and white feathers. These avian wonders prefer to inhabit deciduous forests, woodlands, and even suburban gardens. Click start, enjoy the challenge and let the beauty of these birds inspire you! Have fun!
Black-headed gulls can be found over much of Europe, some parts of Japan, east China, northeastern Canada and some Caribbean islands. They are opportunistic feeders. They eat insects, fish, seeds, worms, invertebrates, scraps. Like most gulls, it is highly gregarious. They are an overwintering species, found in a variety of different habitats.
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