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. // Image Credit: Daily Jigsaw Puzzles
These beautiful pheasant, also known as the Chinese monal or Chinese impeyan, lives only in the mountains of central China. The male is more colorful then the female, that is dark brown with some white accents. The male monal has a large purple crest, a red-goldened mantle, a green head, bluish green feathers and black underparts. It's plumage is highly iridescent.
Nuthatches are skilled foragers often found in woodlands and gardens across North America, Europe, and Asia. Nuthatches are known for their ability to move headfirst down tree trunks and even hang upside-down while foraging for insects and seeds. They build their nests in tree cavities and crevices, often using mud and other materials to seal the entrance and create a cozy, safe space for raising their young. The name "nuthatch" comes from the bird's feeding behavior. These beautiful birds have a unique way of opening nuts, such as acorns or hazelnuts. They wedge the nuts in a crevice and use their strong bills to hammer or "hatch" them open. This puzzle is based on an 1768 illustration by James Bolton.
The cute parrots featured in today's puzzle were native to the eastern, Midwest and plains states of the United States. They are now extinct. These small green neotropical parrots with bright yellow heads, reddish orange faces and pale beak were one of only three parrot species native to the United States. They used to live in forests along rivers and in swamps.
Known for their loyalty, intelligence, and friendly demeanor, Labrador Retrievers are one of the most popular breeds of dogs in the world. This breed originated in Newfoundland, Canada, where they were used as fishing dogs to retrieve nets and fish from the water. Today, Labrador Retrievers are often used as service dogs, search and rescue dogs, and as family pets. So get ready to exercise your brain and your love for dogs with our online jigsaw puzzle featuring a lovable Labrador Retriever resting on the grass!
In today's puzzle we feature a curious giraffe. Giraffes usually inhabit savannahs and woodlands. They are the tallest living terrestrial animal and the largest ruminant on Earth. Giraffes live in herds and they eat leaves, fruits, and flowers of woody plants. Fully grown giraffes stand 4.3–5.7 m (14.1–18.7 ft) tall, with males taller than females.
The giant anteater, also known as the ant bear, is native to Central and South America. It's mostly terrestrial and lives and forages and various habitats, including rainforest, grasslands and open areas. As it's name implies it feeds primarily on ants and termites using it's long and sticky tongue to collect them. In today's puzzle we feature a mother giant anteater and it's baby. Mother anteaters carry their offspring on their backs until weaning them.
In today's puzzle we feature tow cute goats and a sheep. Sheep and goats were among the first animals to be domesticated by humankind. Although sheep are frequently thought of as unintelligent animals, studies have shown that they are as intelligent as cattle. They can recognize individual human and animal faces and remember them for years.
In today's puzzle we feature two cute red pandas sitting in a tree. The red panda is largely arboreal and feeds mainly on bamboo shoots and leaves, but also fruits and blossoms. It inhabits coniferous and temperate broadleaf and mixed forests and favors steep slopes with dense bamboo cover. It is native to the eastern Himalayas and southwestern China. Despite it's name it is not related to the giant panda.
Today's puzzle feature a variety of plants and animals that live in the ocean. Fish, corals, crustaceans, mollusks and more; they are all part of this intricate illustration of marine life made by James M. Sommerville (the first professor in drawing and painting at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts). How many sea creatures can you spot and and name? Give it a try!
In today's new puzzle we feature a tine garden snail on a brown autumn leaf. Garden snails are herbivores. They feed on numerous types of fruit trees, vegetable crops, cereals, and garden flowers. The adult bears a hard, thin calcareous shell 25-40 millimeters in diameter and 25-35 millimeters high, with four or five whorls.
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