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Blue-faced Honeyeater JIGSAW Puzzle Game
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Very Easy Puzzle Time Stats
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Easy Puzzle Time Stats
01 : 39
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Normal Puzzle Time Stats
04 : 16
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Hard Puzzle Time Stats
08 : 07
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Very Hard Puzzle Time Stats
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Extra Hard Puzzle Time Stats
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Blue-faced Honeyeater Puzzle Details:
About: Found in open woodland, parks, and gardens, the blue-faced honeyeater is common in northern and eastern Australia and southern New Guinea. Early naturalist George Shaw had called it the blue-faced honey-sucker in 1826. Other common names include white-quilled honeyeater, and blue-eye. Its propensity for feeding on the flowers and fruit of bananas in north Queensland has given it the common name of banana-bird.
Puzzle Of The Day On: 06/Sep/2014
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