After a long day of running around and playing in the park the cute cat featured in today's puzzle has decided to rest for a while on park bench. Take a sit next to it and relax for a few minutes while you solve today's puzzle. Have fun!Image Source /Credit: Daily Jigsaw Puzzles
In today's puzzle we feature a free-range chicken enjoying a sunny morning at the farm. If you didn't know, chickens are one of the most common and widespread domestic animals. They are descended primarily from the red junglefowl (Gallus gallus) and are scientifically classified as the same species.
Fishing cats are well adapted to life in and around water. They are primarily found in wetland habitats such as swamps, marshes, mangroves, and the vicinity of rivers and lakes in South and Southeast Asia. As their name suggests, fishing cats mainly feed on fish, but they are opportunistic predators and also consume amphibians, crustaceans, birds, and small mammals. They are mostly solitary animals, and their territories can vary in size depending on the availability of food and habitat. Solve today's puzzle and see this beautiful animal up close. Have fun!
If you didn't know, the wild yak is a large bovine native to the Himalayas. It's habitat consists of treeless alpine areas between 3,000 and 5,500 m (9,800 and 18,000 ft), dominated by mountains and plateaus. Wild yaks once ranged up to southern Siberia to the east of Lake Baikal. Today, wild yaks are found primarily in northern Tibet and western Qinghai, with some populations extending into the southernmost parts of Xinjiang, and into India.
In this new puzzle we feature a cute goat grazing. If you didn't know, goats prefer to browse on vines, on shrubbery and on weeds, more like deer than sheep, preferring them to grasses. Goats are naturally curious and are reputed to be willing to eat almost anything, including metal or plastic containers and even cardboard boxes.
In today's puzzle we feature a Sumatran tiger. The Sumatran tiger is the only surviving tiger population in the Sunda Islands. These beautiful tigers prefer lowland and hill forests, they tend to use areas with higher elevation. The Sumatran tiger is one of the smallest tigers that are still living in the wild.
Frogs live in a variety of environments, ranging from the tropics to subarctic regions. They account for around 88% of extant amphibian species. Adult frogs live in fresh water and on dry land; some species are adapted for living underground or in trees. They come in a variety of colors ranging from well-camouflaged green, brown, and grey to vivid patterns of bright red or yellow and black. Now that you know a bit more about these interesting animals, take a few minutes to relax with today's puzzle and see the frog featured in today's puzzle. Have fun!
In today's puzzle we feature a male and a female black-backed woodpecker, also known as the Arctic three-toed woodpecker. The black-backed woodpecker inhabits the forests of North America and is a medium-sized woodpecker. The plumage of these cute woodpeckers is black on the head, back, wings and rump. They are white from the throat to the belly. You can tell the male apart from the female by it's yellow cap.
In today's puzzle we feature two cute pigeons on a grassy meadow in the park. If you didn't know, the name pigeon comes from a French word that derives from the Latin pipio, for a "peeping" chick. Pigeons primarily feed on seeds, fruits, and plants. These birds have adapted to most of the habitats available on the planet. Various species inhabit urban and rural areas, savannas, grasslands, deserts, temperate woodlands and forests, and even remote atolls and islands in the middle of the ocean.
In today's puzzle we feature a cute sand cat. The sand cat, also known as the sand dune cat, inhabits sandy and stony deserts. It has been recorded in several locations in Niger, Morocco, Chad, Algeria, Egypt, the Middle East and the Arabian Peninsula. It usually rests in underground dens during the day and hunts at night. The sand cat is solitary and it prefers flat or undulating terrain with sparse vegetation of grasses or small bushes.
Put the pieces back together, complete today's puzzle and see the two beautiful black horses featured in today's puzzle. Humans began domesticating horses around 4000 BC and still interact with them in a wide variety of activities (sport competitions and recreational pursuits as well as in working activities such as agriculture, entertainment, police work and therapy).
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