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Polar Bear Jigsaw Puzzle Game

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About: Another great animal jigsaw puzzle featuring a beautiful polar bear. In this fun new jigsaw puzzle we're going to the Arctic Circle to see one of the most impressive carnivores on the planet - the polar bear. Polar bears hunt primarily at the interface between ice, water, and air; their diet primarily consists of ringed and bearded seals. Although seals are the primary source of food for most polar bears, when alternatives are present they are quite flexible. Polar bears eat a wide variety of other wild foods, including reindeer, crabs, birds, eggs, crustaceans and fish. So what are you waiting for, click start and put the beautiful bear back together.
Image Credits: Tambako the Jaguar
Puzzle Of The Day On: 03/Aug/2012

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