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.Image Credit: John Gould; Lithographer: Henry Constantine Richter; Printer: Walter / Original from The Minneapolis Institute of Art
In this new puzzle we feature two golden eagles. The golden eagle is a large bird of prey that is widely distributed throughout the Northern Hemisphere, including North America, Europe, and Asia. It is known for its striking golden-brown plumage, powerful build, and sharp talons, which it uses to hunt and kill a variety of prey, including rabbits, hares, squirrels, and even large mammals such as deer and goats. Golden eagles are also capable of flying at high altitudes and speeds, making them efficient hunters and formidable predators. In addition to their impressive hunting abilities, these birds are also revered for their cultural and symbolic significance in many indigenous cultures around the world.
In today's puzzle we feature a beautiful African bush elephant. The African bush elephant inhabits forests, grasslands and woodlands, wetlands and agricultural land across 37 African countries (including Tanzania, Uganda, Kenya, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Angola, Zambia, and Namibia). It is the largest living terrestrial animal. It is a herbivore, feeding on grasses, herbs, bark, and leaves.
Solve today's puzzle and take a leisurely stroll through the park's golden carpet of fallen leaves, listen to the soothing rustle of the trees, and relish in the vibrant colors of the season. Our playful canine friend invites you to come and relish the simple joys of the season. Feel the crunch of leaves underfoot, revel in the vibrant autumn colors, and let the enchanting park be your escape. Have fun!
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.
In this new puzzle we feature a cute black horse waiting for it's owner after a day of grazing on a dandelion covered grassy meadow. Horses are grazing animals, and their major source of nutrients is good-quality forage from hay or pasture. They have 12 incisors at the front of the mouth, adapted to biting off the grass or other vegetation. At the back of the mouth they have 24 teeth adapted for chewing, the premolars and molars.
In today's puzzle we feature three adorable ring-tailed lemurs. These playful primates are known for their distinctive striped tails and curious personalities. Assemble the puzzle pieces to reveal a heartwarming image of the three lemurs resting. With varying levels of difficulty to choose from, this puzzle is perfect for both beginners and experienced puzzlers alike. Have fun and enjoy the company of these charming lemurs as you put together this delightful puzzle!
The adorable dog featured in today's puzzle is an West Highland White Terrier, a breed known for its charm and playful nature. Often called Westies, these dogs are small, sturdy and have a big personality. These intelligent and lively companions are renowned for their friendly and sociable demeanor. They thrive on human interaction, making them excellent family pets and loyal companions. Despite their small size, Westies possess a confident and fearless nature, always ready for an adventure or a play session.
Gray wolves, scientifically known as Canis lupus, are highly intelligent and social animals that roam vast territories in the northern hemisphere. They are renowned for their remarkable adaptability and their ability to thrive in diverse habitats, ranging from dense forests to arctic tundras. With their distinct gray coat, well-defined facial features, and piercing eyes, gray wolves are truly a sight to behold. As you assemble the puzzle pieces, you'll experience the thrill of watching the image come to life before your eyes. Engage your mind and sharpen your problem-solving skills as you navigate through the intricate details of the wolf's fur, the intricate patterns of the landscape, and the captivating play of light and shadow. Have fun!
In today's puzzle we feature two cute Long-billed cockatoos. The long-billed corella or slender-billed corella is a cockatoo native to Australia. The long-billed corella is found in grassy woodlands and grasslands, including pasture, fields of agricultural crop, and urban parks. This species is mostly white, with a reddish-pink face and forehead, and has a long, pale beak, which is used to dig for roots and seeds. It has reddish-pink feathers on the breast and belly.
In today's puzzle we feature a cute sand cat. The sand cat, also known as the sand dune cat, inhabits sandy and stony deserts. It has been recorded in several locations in Niger, Morocco, Chad, Algeria, Egypt, the Middle East and the Arabian Peninsula. It usually rests in underground dens during the day and hunts at night. The sand cat is solitary and it prefers flat or undulating terrain with sparse vegetation of grasses or small bushes.
In today's animal themed puzzle we feature a cute Spiny-headed tree frog sitting on a small branch. Also known as spiny-headed treefrog, spinyhead treefrog, coronated treefrog, or the crowned hyla, this cute amphibian lives in lowland rainforests and montane humid forests in Panama, Costa Rica, Honduras, and southern Mexico. The spiny-headed tree frog has long and slender legs and it's digits have adhesive discs at the tips. The adhesive discs help it climb trees and other obstacles.
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