Three Dogs Jigsaw Puzzle

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About Three Dogs:

In today's new puzzle we feature three cute dogs resting in the shade on a hot summer day. Dogs are social animals and they like being part of a pack and living with other dogs or humans. // Image Credit: Daily Jigsaw Puzzles

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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.

In today's puzzle we feature a curious mule looking out it's paddock on a sunny day. If you didn't know, a mule is the offspring of a male donkey (jack) and a female horse (mare). Mules have short, thick heads, long ears, thin limbs, small, narrow hooves, and short manes. They occur in a variety of configurations, sizes, and colors. Common colors are sorrel, bay, black, and grey.

In this new puzzle we feature a doe and it's two cute fawns resting by small stream. if you didn't know, for many types of deer, the male is a buck and the female a doe, but the terms vary with dialect, and according to the size of the species. Have fun!

In this new wildlife themed puzzle we feature a cute panda bear. If you didn't know, the classification of giant panda was under debate for a long time because it shares characteristics with both bears and raccoons. But with help of modern science it has been concluded that the giant panda is a true bear, so even if it's as cute as a racoon it's actually a bear.

The scimitar-horned oryx is a striking antelope species renowned for its elegant appearance and remarkable curved horns. It stands out with its white coat, marked with contrasting reddish-brown patches on its face and neck. This incredible species is native to the arid and semi-arid regions of North Africa, including countries such as Chad, Niger, and Sudan. The scimitar-horned oryx is well adapted to these harsh environments and can endure long periods without water. They are typically found in open grasslands, savannahs, and deserts, where they graze on tough vegetation, such as grasses, leaves, and buds.

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.

Today's online puzzle game features an adorable cat playing in a pile of colorful autumn leaves while meowing with excitement. Cats are known to meow to communicate with their owners or to express their needs, such as hunger or playtime. As pets, cats are independent creatures that bring joy and companionship to their owners. Solve this fun and challenging puzzle and see the playful antics of a this cute feline.

Start today's puzzle and embark on a delightful journey with this captivating jigsaw puzzle showcasing the lively antics of two adorable squirrels. Witness the charm of nature as one furry friend fearlessly ascends a tree branch, while its playful companion engages in a mid-air leap, creating a whimsical scene amidst a lush green foliage backdrop. Squirrels, known for their acrobatic prowess, thrive in a variety of environments, including forests, urban parks, and gardens. Their diet is diverse, comprising nuts, seeds, fruits, and even the occasional fungi. The illustration featured in this puzzle not only captures the playful spirit of the squirrels but also mirrors their natural surroundings, emphasizing the importance of trees and foliage in their habitat.

Today's fun new puzzle is base on watercolor painting by Henriette Ronner. It this beautiful painting Ronner depicts a mother cat and it's four cute kittens playing with a guitar. Pick your difficulty level, put the puzzle pieces back together and see the cute cats playing. Have fun!

In today's puzzle we feature tow barbary sheep. The Barbary sheep is native to rocky mountains in North Africa. It is also known in the Berber language as waddan or arwi, and in former French territories as the moufflon. Barbary sheep are found in arid mountainous areas where they graze and browse grasses and bushes.

Today we're heading to a wild horse sanctuary to see and feed a heard of of horses. Wild horses mainly eat grasses and other types of vegetation that are available in their natural habitat. Grass is a primary part of their diet, and they spend a lot of time grazing to fulfill their nutritional needs. Wild life sanctuaries, like the one in this puzzle, offer a safe home for wild horses to live without human interference, promote genetic diversity, provide rehabilitation for horses and educate the public. Some sanctuaries allow controlled visitation, which can contribute to local economies through eco-tourism. People visiting can learn about wild horses and enjoy observing them in their natural habitat.

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!

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