Ocean Life Jigsaw Puzzle

Ocean Life
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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!

Image Credit: James M. Sommerville (1825–1899)/ The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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