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! // Image Credit: Daily Jigsaw Puzzles
In this fun and challenging puzzle, a brown and black-patterned duck finds serenity by a moss-covered wooden post in the calm waters of a picturesque pier. The duck, with its striking feathered attire and a vibrant orange beak, is captured taking a calm and peaceful break. The still waters reflect the duck and the weathered post with remarkable clarity, creating a mirror-like surface that enhances the overall sense of tranquility and adds a bit of a challenge to today's jigsaw. Click start, reconnect the pieces and have fun!
Put the pieces back together and see the cute sheep featured in today's puzzle. Although sheep are frequently thought of as unintelligent animals, research has proven that they are as intelligent as cattle. They can recognize individual human and ovine faces and remember them for years. They are curious animals and notice and like to investigate any changes in their environment.
Nuthatches are skilled foragers often found in woodlands and gardens across North America, Europe, and Asia. Nuthatches are known for their ability to move headfirst down tree trunks and even hang upside-down while foraging for insects and seeds. They build their nests in tree cavities and crevices, often using mud and other materials to seal the entrance and create a cozy, safe space for raising their young. The name "nuthatch" comes from the bird's feeding behavior. These beautiful birds have a unique way of opening nuts, such as acorns or hazelnuts. They wedge the nuts in a crevice and use their strong bills to hammer or "hatch" them open. This puzzle is based on an 1768 illustration by James Bolton.
In today's puzzle we feature three adorable ring-tailed lemurs. These playful primates are known for their distinctive striped tails and curious personalities. Assemble the puzzle pieces to reveal a heartwarming image of the three lemurs resting. With varying levels of difficulty to choose from, this puzzle is perfect for both beginners and experienced puzzlers alike. Have fun and enjoy the company of these charming lemurs as you put together this delightful puzzle!
Rose-Breasted Grosbeaks, scientific name Pheucticus ludovicianus, are medium-sized songbirds native to North America. The males boast stunning colors that make them a sight to behold. Their most distinguishing feature is a vibrant rose-red patch on their chest, which contrasts elegantly with their black wings and back. The females, although less showy, are still lovely, with streaked brown and white feathers. These avian wonders prefer to inhabit deciduous forests, woodlands, and even suburban gardens. Click start, enjoy the challenge and let the beauty of these birds inspire you! Have fun!
Solve today's puzzle and take a leisurely stroll through the park's golden carpet of fallen leaves, listen to the soothing rustle of the trees, and relish in the vibrant colors of the season. Our playful canine friend invites you to come and relish the simple joys of the season. Feel the crunch of leaves underfoot, revel in the vibrant autumn colors, and let the enchanting park be your escape. Have fun!
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.
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.
In today's puzzle we feature two beautiful parrots sitting on a tree branch. The one on the left is a Blue-fronted Amazon, also known as the Turquoise-fronted Amazon. It is a medium-sized parrot native to South America, specifically Brazil, Paraguay, and Argentina. One of its most striking features is the blue patch of feathers on its forehead, which gives it its name. These parrots are highly social and often form flocks in their natural habitat. They are known for their intelligence and ability to mimic human speech and sounds. In the wild, they feed on a varied diet of fruits, seeds, nuts, and vegetation. Blue-fronted Amazons are popular as pets due to their vibrant colors, playful personalities, and strong bonds with their owners. The one on the right of the image is a Dusky Parrot - a smaller parrot species native to South America, particularly found in northern South America, and is centered on the Guiana countries, the Guiana Shield, and the northeastern Amazon Basin. As its name suggests, the Dusky Parrot has a predominantly dusky or dark gray plumage, a pinkish-red tinge to the belly, and red undertail coverts. Dusky Parrots re often described as more reserved compared to some of their more boisterous parrot cousins. In the wild, they inhabit humid lowland forests and woodlands, where they forage for seeds, fruits, and vegetation.
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