Donkey In A Field Jigsaw Puzzle

Donkey In A Field
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Time for another fun puzzle. In this new one we feature a cute donkey grazing in a field on sunny summer day. If you didn't know, donkeys spend more than half of each day foraging and feeding. They can meet their nutritional needs on 6 to 7 hours of grazing per day on average dryland pasture.

Image Source /Credit: Highsmith, Carol M., 1946- Carol M. Highsmith Archive, Library of Congress collection

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