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Hippos JIGSAW Puzzle Game
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Very Easy Puzzle Time Stats
00 : 18
00 : 44
Easy Puzzle Time Stats
01 : 42
04 : 43
Normal Puzzle Time Stats
04 : 16
13 : 01
Hard Puzzle Time Stats
08 : 09
21 : 36
Very Hard Puzzle Time Stats
13 : 59
34 : 55
Extra Hard Puzzle Time Stats
41 : 05
1 : 31 : 19
Hippos Puzzle Details:
About: It's time for a swim in the river. Join the hippos for swim in this fun new jigsaw. The hippopotamus, or hippo, from the ancient Greek for "river horse", is a large, mostly herbivorous mammal in sub-Saharan Africa. During the day, hippos remain cool by staying in the water or mud; reproduction and childbirth both occur in water. They emerge at dusk to graze on grass. While hippopotamuses rest near each other in the water, grazing is a solitary activity and hippos are not territorial on land.
Puzzle Of The Day On: 10/Apr/2013
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