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. // Image Credit:
Ever wonder why cats sleep so much? It's in their nature! Cats are champions of relaxation, spending up to 16 hours a day snoozing. This behavior helps them conserve energy. They can fall asleep (lightly) for brief periods of time. This is where the term "cat nap" comes from. So what are you waiting for? Start putting the pieces back together and relax with the beautiful kitty featured in today's puzzle! Have fun!
The king eider spends most of the year in coastal marine ecosystems at high latitudes, and migrates to Arctic tundra to breed in June and July. It is a large sea duck, measuring 50–70 cm (20–28 in) in length with a wingspan of 86–102 cm (34–40 in). The male is unmistakable with its mostly black body, buff-tinged white breast and multicolored head. The head, nape and neck are a pale bluish grey. The cheek is pale green. The bill, separated from the face by a thin black line, is red with a white nail and a large, distinctive yellow knob. This puzzle is based on an illustration from Birds of America (1827) by John James Audubon.
The Eld's deer, also known as the thamin or brow-antlered deer, is a species of deer endemic to South Asia. The deer are generally of medium size, they have a rough and coarse coat that change color with the season; in summer the color is reddish-brown, while in winter, it turns dark brown. Their diets comprise a variety of herbaceous plants, grasses, and shoots, fruit and wetland plants. The species is categorized as endangered.
This species of otter, also known as the oriental small-clawed otter and the small-clawed otter, is native to South and Southeast Asia. It lives in riverine habitats, freshwater wetlands and mangrove swamps and it feeds on molluscs, crabs and other small aquatic animals. It lives in groups of up to 15 individuals and is mostly active after dark.
Mallards are perhaps the most recognizable and widespread species of duck in the world. They typically inhabit wetlands, ponds, rivers, and marshes, although they can also be found in urban parks and agricultural areas. They are omnivorous, feeding on a varied diet that includes aquatic plants, insects, small fish, and grains. Their adaptable nature allows them to thrive in a variety of environments, making them one of the most abundant and widespread duck species. Males, or drakes, are characterized by their vibrant green heads, white neck ring, chestnut-brown chest, and gray body. Females, or hens, are more muted in color, sporting a mottled brown plumage to blend in with their surroundings, providing camouflage during nesting. Both genders have a distinct blue patch on their wings.
In this new puzzle feature two cute alpacas. The alpaca comes in two breeds, Suri and Huacaya. Huacaya alpacas are the most commonly found, constituting about 90% of the population. Alpacas are social herd animals that live in family groups, consisting of a territorial alpha male, females, and their young ones. They typically live in temperate conditions, in mountainous terrain and at high altitudes.
In today's puzzle we feature a cute giant panda. The giant panda, panda bear or simply the panda is native to South Central China. It lives in a few mountain ranges in central China, mainly in Sichuan, but also in neighboring Shaanxi and Gansu. It's diet is primarily herbivorous, consisting almost exclusively of bamboo.
In today's puzzle we feature a painting of a cute and impressive St Bernard dog. The Saint Bernard or St. Bernard is a breed of very large dog that was originally bred for rescue work by the hospice of the Great St Bernard Pass on the Italian-Swiss borded. It's color is typically a red shade with white, or a mahogany brindle with white. The coat can be either smooth or rough; the smooth coat being close and flat, while the rough is dense, flat, and more profuse around the neck and legs. Saint Bernard dogs are calm and patient with adults, and especially children.
In today's puzzle we feature a cute and playful kitten checking out autumn leaves for the first time. Cats are usually curious and inquisitive and like to explore their environment. When something changes in their habitat they notice it very quickly and makes them curious to investigate and understand it.
Humans began domesticating horses around 4000 BC, and their domestication is believed to have been widespread by 3000 BC. Horses and humans interact in a wide variety of sport competitions and non-competitive recreational activities, as well as in working activities such as therapy, agriculture, and entertainment. For example, the beautiful black horse in today's puzzle takes children for rides and gets them used to interacting with animals.
Solve to day's puzzle and embark on an immersive virtual journey into the captivating world of one of America's most iconic and revered creatures, the bald eagle. In its natural habitat, the bald eagle can be found soaring gracefully across North America, from the icy landscapes of Alaska to the lush forests of the Pacific Northwest and the coastal regions of the United States. It is primarily associated with open water bodies such as lakes, rivers, and coastlines, where it hunts and finds sustenance. The diet of the bald eagle consists mainly of fish, which it adeptly snatches from the water's surface with its powerful talons. Since 1782, the bald eagle has been the national emblem of the United States, embodying the spirit of the nation and its ideals. Its soaring flight and fierce yet graceful presence have made it an enduring symbol seen on flags, seals, and various patriotic emblems. Overall, the bald eagle's representation in American culture transcends its status as a national bird. It serves as a reminder of the country's core values, historical struggles, and ongoing aspirations, making it an enduring and cherished symbol in the hearts of the American people.
The chimpanzee, also known as simply the chimp, is native to the forest and savannah of tropical Africa. It lives in groups that range in size from 15 to 150 members, although individuals travel and forage in much smaller groups during the day. The chimpanzee prefers fruit above all other food items but also eats leaves, leaf buds, seeds, blossoms, resin, bark, and stems.
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