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Four Camels Jigsaw Puzzle Game

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Four Camels Puzzle Details:

About: These kind of camels, featured in today's jigsaw puzzle, are two-humped camels or bactrian cames, they inhabit Central Asia; the dromedary, or one-humped camel, inhabits the Middle East and the Horn of Africa. The domesticated Bactrian camel has served as a pack animal in inner Asia since ancient times. The wild form has dwindled to a population estimated at 800 in October 2002 and has been classified as critically endangered. Bactrian camels are diurnal, sleeping in the open at night and foraging for food during the day. They are able to eat plants that are dry, prickly, salty and/or bitter, and can ingest virtually any kind of vegetation. The two humps on the back are composed of fat (not water as is sometimes thought).
Puzzle Of The Day On: 18/Feb/2016

Very Easy Puzzle Time Stats

Best Time
00 : 15
Your Time
Average Time
00 : 38

Easy Puzzle Time Stats

Best Time
01 : 18
Your Time
Average Time
04 : 18

Normal Puzzle Time Stats

Best Time
04 : 04
Your Time
Average Time
20 : 22

Hard Puzzle Time Stats

Best Time
07 : 52
Your Time
Average Time
54 : 44

Very Hard Puzzle Time Stats

Best Time
13 : 35
Your Time
Average Time
1 : 14 : 04

Extra Hard Puzzle Time Stats

Best Time
22 : 32
Your Time
Average Time
2 : 08 : 39

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