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.Image Source /Credit: Mehgan Murphy, Smithsonian\'s National Zoo
Get ready to piece together a charming and captivating scene with our online jigsaw puzzle - 'Curious Goat by the Fence.' Immerse yourself in the rustic beauty of a tranquil countryside as you assemble this delightful image. The puzzle showcases a curious goat peering over a weathered wooden fence, its gentle gaze capturing the essence of innocence and curiosity. Unwind, relax, and let the therapeutic joy of assembling this delightful jigsaw puzzle transport you to a serene pastoral paradise. Have fun!
Goats are naturally curious animals. They like to explore and try anything they might consider interesting to climb or even eat. They are browsing animals, not grazers like cattle and sheep and they will chew on and taste just about anything remotely resembling plant matter to decide whether it is good to eat. Due to their agility and inquisitiveness, they are notorious for escaping their pens. Their intelligence, climbing abilities and curious nature can help them get over most fences and enclosures.
Today's puzzle feature a variety of plants and animals that live in the ocean. Fish, corals, crustaceans, mollusks and more; they are all part of this intricate illustration of marine life made by James M. Sommerville (the first professor in drawing and painting at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts). How many sea creatures can you spot and and name? Give it a try!
In today's puzzle we feature tow cute goats and a sheep. Sheep and goats were among the first animals to be domesticated by humankind. Although sheep are frequently thought of as unintelligent animals, studies have shown that they are as intelligent as cattle. They can recognize individual human and animal faces and remember them for years.
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.
In today's puzzle we feature a cute baby hippo going for a swim on a hot summer day. The hippopotamus, also called the hippo or river hippopotamus is a semiaquatic mammal native to sub-Saharan Africa. It inhabits rivers, lakes, and mangrove swamps. During the day, hippos stay cool by submerging in water. They emerge at dusk to graze.
Although some might call them lazy, sleeping for long periods is something normal for cats. They usually rest between 12 and 16 hours a day and conserve energy by sleeping more than most animals, especially as they grow older. Cats have a tendency to fall asleep (lightly) for a brief period (this where the term "cat nap" comes from).
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.
The coyote (also called prairie wolf and the brush wolf) is a species of canine native to North America. Primarily carnivorous, its diet consists mainly of deer, rabbits, hares, rodents, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish, and invertebrates, though it may also eat fruits and vegetables on occasion. Their fur color is predominantly light gray and red or fulvous interspersed with black and white, though it varies somewhat with geography. Coyotes live either in a family unit or in loosely knit packs of unrelated individuals.
The black tern is a small tern generally found in or near inland water in Europe, Western Asia and North America. Their breeding habitat is freshwater marshes across most of Canada, the northern United States and much of Europe and western Asia. This puzzle is based on a hand-colored lithograph on wove paper by John Gould and Henry Constantine Richter.
The cute parrots featured in today's puzzle were native to the eastern, Midwest and plains states of the United States. They are now extinct. These small green neotropical parrots with bright yellow heads, reddish orange faces and pale beak were one of only three parrot species native to the United States. They used to live in forests along rivers and in swamps.
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