Pelicans frequent inland and coastal waters, where they feed principally on fish, catching them at or near the water surface. They use their long beak and a large throat pouch to catch prey and drain the water from the scooped-up contents before swallowing. There are eight living pelican species today. The one in today's puzzle is a great white pelican, also known as the eastern white pelican, rosy pelican or white pelican.Image Source /Credit: Daily Jigsaw Puzzles
Pelicans are among the heaviest of flying birds. They use thermals for soaring to heights of 3000 m or more, combined both with gliding and with flapping flight in V formation, to travel distances of up to 150 km to feeding areas. Pelicans also fly low over stretches of water, using a phenomenon known as ground effect to reduce drag and increase lift. This helps them save substantial amounts of energy while flying.
This new puzzle is based on a painting by the French artist Edgar Degas, created around 1871-1872. The painting depicts some horses grazing in a green meadow. In the foreground we can see two horses, a brown and and a white one. In the background we can see some houses, a river with boats and more horses grazing on the green meadow.
In this fun new puzzle we feature a cute wood duck. The wood duck or Carolina duck is one of the most colorful North American waterfowl. These cute and colorful ducks live in wooded swamps, lakes, ponds and creeks in the eastern United States, the west coast of the United States, some parts of southern Canada, and the west coast of Mexico. They mainly eat acorns, seeds, berries and insects they find on the ground or on the water surface.
Now known as the tricolored heron, the Louisiana heron, is a small species of heron native to coastal parts of the Americas. This species of heron breeds in swamps and other coastal habitats. Adults have a blue-grey head, neck, back, and upper wings, with a white line along the neck. Their belly is white. This puzzle is based on hand-colored engraving and aquatint on Whatman wove paper by Robert Havell after John James Audubon in the series The Birds of America.
Welcome to our delightful online jigsaw puzzle featuring a lovable wooly sheep! Sheep, gentle and endearing creatures, have been an integral part of human history for centuries. These domesticated mammals are known for their thick, soft wool and gentle nature. In many cultures, sheep symbolize warmth, innocence, and a peaceful existence. They are social animals who prefer to live in groups, and they communicate with each other through various vocalizations and body language. So what are you waiting for? Click start, reconstruct the image and see the cute and curious woolly sheep featured in this puzzle. Have fun!
Based on an oil painting by Paulus Potter, today's puzzle depicts a pastoral scene of two horses in a meadow, with a gate and a distant landscape visible in the background. The meadow around the horses is lush and green, with small bushes and wildflowers scattered throughout. In the distance, a small town is visible, with a church spire rising up from the buildings. A cloudy sky fills the upper portion of the canvas, with patches of blue visible between the clouds. Have fun putting this beautiful image back together!
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.
Puppies are usually curious and playful. These behaviors let's the explore and learn more about their environment and develop the skills they will need later in life. In today's puzzle we feature a cute curious puppy. Put the pieces back together, complete the puzzle and see it's cute little face, white tipped paws and wagging tail. Have fun!
In today's puzzle we feature two cute red pandas sitting in a tree. The red panda is largely arboreal and feeds mainly on bamboo shoots and leaves, but also fruits and blossoms. It inhabits coniferous and temperate broadleaf and mixed forests and favors steep slopes with dense bamboo cover. It is native to the eastern Himalayas and southwestern China. Despite it's name it is not related to the giant panda.
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