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Hens and Rooster By The Chicken Coop Jigsaw Puzzle Game

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About: A chicken coop or hen house usually has an indoor area where the chickens can sleep and nest, as well as a fenced-in outdoor area where chickens will feed and spend the majority of the day. In this fun new animal themed puzzle we feature two hens and a rooster in the outdoor part of the hen house. Both the inside and outdoor floors of a chicken coop are often strewn with a loose material such as straw or wood chips. At night, the coop is locked with all the birds inside of it, so that they are protected from predators.
Puzzle Of The Day On: 09/Apr/2018

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