In this fun new puzzle we feature a cute wood duck. The wood duck or Carolina duck is one of the most colorful North American waterfowl. These cute and colorful ducks live in wooded swamps, lakes, ponds and creeks in the eastern United States, the west coast of the United States, some parts of southern Canada, and the west coast of Mexico. They mainly eat acorns, seeds, berries and insects they find on the ground or on the water surface.Image Credit: Skip Brown, Smithsonian's National Zoo
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 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.
The focal point of today's puzzle is a beautiful black crow perched on a blue fence. Known for their high intelligence and problem-solving abilities, black crows have earned a reputation as crafty and resourceful birds. Their adaptability to various environments, coupled with their keen observational skills, has allowed them to thrive in urban landscapes as well as natural habitats. They are social animals, often forming tight-knit family groups and exhibiting complex communication skills.
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.
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 cute and playful kitten checking out autumn leaves for the first time. Cats are usually curious and inquisitive and like to explore their environment. When something changes in their habitat they notice it very quickly and makes them curious to investigate and understand it.
The Emperor Tamarin (Saguinus imperator) is a small monkey species that is native to the tropical rainforests of South America, including Brazil, Peru, and Bolivia. As one of the smallest primates, they typically only reach a body length of 20-25 cm (excluding their long tail) and weigh around 300 grams. The Emperor Tamarin is known for its unique appearance, characterized by a long, white mustache that extends from either side of its face to its chin, resembling the appearance of Emperor Wilhelm II of Germany. This distinctive facial feature is more prominent in males, which are slightly larger than females. The Emperor Tamarin is omnivorous, feeding on a variety of fruits, insects, small vertebrates, and occasionally, nectar from flowers.
Pelicans frequent inland and coastal waters, where they feed principally on fish, catching them at or near the water surface. They use their long beak and a large throat pouch to catch prey and drain the water from the scooped-up contents before swallowing. There are eight living pelican species today. The one in today's puzzle is a great white pelican, also known as the eastern white pelican, rosy pelican or white pelican.
Humans began domesticating horses around 4000 BC, and their domestication is believed to have been widespread by 3000 BC. Horses and humans interact in a wide variety of sport competitions and non-competitive recreational activities, as well as in working activities such as therapy, agriculture, and entertainment. For example, the beautiful black horse in today's puzzle takes children for rides and gets them used to interacting with animals.
In today's puzzle we feature tow barbary sheep. The Barbary sheep is native to rocky mountains in North Africa. It is also known in the Berber language as waddan or arwi, and in former French territories as the moufflon. Barbary sheep are found in arid mountainous areas where they graze and browse grasses and bushes.
In this puzzle, you will get to see a playful and inquisitive cat exploring the great outdoors. As you piece together the online jigsaw puzzle game of the cute cat playing in the grass, you'll notice that the playful feline has stumbled upon a colorful pinwheel and is examining it with great curiosity. This is a classic example of a cat's inquisitive nature, as they love to explore new objects and investigate their surroundings. With its delightful imagery and playful spirit, this puzzle is sure to capture your heart and put a smile on your face! Click start and give it a try!
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