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.Image Credit: Joe Alderman, Smithsonian's National Zoo / CC0
In this new puzzle we feature a beautiful and impressive bird of prey, the Ruppell's griffon vulture. It is native to the Sahel region and East Africa and it was named after Eduard Ruppell - a German naturalist and explorer. Ruppell's vultures are very social, roosting, nesting, and gathering to feed in large flocks. The live in grasslands, mountains, woodlands and are considered to be the highest-flying bird, with confirmed evidence of a flight at an altitude of over 11000 m (37,000 ft).
If you didn't know, feral pigeons are pigeons that are descended from the domestic pigeons that have returned to the wild. They are also called city doves, city pigeons, or street pigeons. They eat grass seeds and berries in parks and gardens, insects or scavenge food remains from people. Additional food is also usually available in parks and public squares where people feed them bird seeds or bread crumbs.
What better way to spend your afternoon than a playing around in a tree? In this new puzzle we feature a cute panda bear playing around in a small tree. Pandas usually climb and take shelter in hollow trees or rock crevices, but they also like to play around in trees or climb them to reach fresh bamboo shoots and leaves that make up the majority of their diet.
Solve to day's puzzle and embark on an immersive virtual journey into the captivating world of one of America's most iconic and revered creatures, the bald eagle. In its natural habitat, the bald eagle can be found soaring gracefully across North America, from the icy landscapes of Alaska to the lush forests of the Pacific Northwest and the coastal regions of the United States. It is primarily associated with open water bodies such as lakes, rivers, and coastlines, where it hunts and finds sustenance. The diet of the bald eagle consists mainly of fish, which it adeptly snatches from the water's surface with its powerful talons. Since 1782, the bald eagle has been the national emblem of the United States, embodying the spirit of the nation and its ideals. Its soaring flight and fierce yet graceful presence have made it an enduring symbol seen on flags, seals, and various patriotic emblems. Overall, the bald eagle's representation in American culture transcends its status as a national bird. It serves as a reminder of the country's core values, historical struggles, and ongoing aspirations, making it an enduring and cherished symbol in the hearts of the American people.
In today's puzzle we feature three cute pekin ducks playing around on the banks of a river. If you didn't known, the Pekin or White Pekin is a breed of domestic ducks. The Pekin is heavily feathered; the plumage is creamy white with a yellowish tinge. It has yellowish orange legs and feet. It's beak is short and also orange in color.
In this puzzle we feature a great spotted woodpecker ("Dendrocopos major") perched on the side of a tree. This beautiful woodpecker is native to a wide range of habitats in Europe and Asia. It prefers wooded habitats with mature trees, as it relies on these trees for foraging and nesting. Great spotted woodpeckers engage in tree excavation for both foraging and nesting purposes, as well as employ drumming as a means of communication for contact and territorial signaling. Similar to their fellow woodpeckers, they possess specialized anatomical adaptations that enable them to withstand the physical demands imposed by their rhythmic hammering behavior. The great spotted woodpecker showcases a visually striking plumage, characterized by its black upperparts, stark white underparts, and a distinctive crimson crown in males or a black crown in females, while both sexes feature a notable white facial streak. It's name comes from the small white spots or speckles that can be observed on its wings and back, contrasting with the black plumage.
The peacock, known scientifically as Pavo cristatus, is a symbol of grace and allure. Renowned for its breathtaking display of vivid colors and ornate plumage, it has long captivated the hearts of nature enthusiasts and artists alike. The peacock's iridescent feathers reflect an array of mesmerizing shades, including deep emerald greens, electric blues, royal purples, and shimmering teals. Each puzzle piece you connect will reveal a different section of its magnificent train - a resplendent array of elongated feathers that form a breathtaking fan-like display. Typically, peacocks thrive in the tropical and subtropical forests of South Asia, including India, Sri Lanka, and Myanmar. The peacock's habitat of choice offers a rich tapestry of flora, comprising tall trees, dense undergrowth, and water sources like rivers and streams. These elements create a thriving ecosystem for the bird, providing ample opportunities for foraging, roosting, and nesting.
In today's puzzle we feature a free-range chicken enjoying a sunny morning at the farm. If you didn't know, chickens are one of the most common and widespread domestic animals. They are descended primarily from the red junglefowl (Gallus gallus) and are scientifically classified as the same species.
Pelicans are among the heaviest of flying birds. They use thermals for soaring to heights of 3000 m or more, combined both with gliding and with flapping flight in V formation, to travel distances of up to 150 km to feeding areas. Pelicans also fly low over stretches of water, using a phenomenon known as ground effect to reduce drag and increase lift. This helps them save substantial amounts of energy while flying.
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