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Two Donkeys Jigsaw Puzzle Game

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About: Ever wanted to go for a ride on a donkey? This is your chance, click start and join us for a donkey ride with the two brown and grey donkeys featured in today's new jigsaw. A male donkey or ass is called a jack, a female a jenny or jennet. Asses were first domesticated around 3000 BC, probably in Egypt or Mesopotamia. Donkeys have a notorious reputation for stubbornness, but this has been attributed to a much stronger sense of self-preservation than exhibited by horses.
Puzzle Of The Day On: 03/Jan/2016

Very Easy Puzzle Time Stats

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00 : 13
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Average Time
00 : 39

Easy Puzzle Time Stats

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01 : 07
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Average Time
03 : 10

Normal Puzzle Time Stats

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02 : 20
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14 : 11

Hard Puzzle Time Stats

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03 : 52
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23 : 00

Very Hard Puzzle Time Stats

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06 : 32
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55 : 47

Extra Hard Puzzle Time Stats

Best Time
13 : 32
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1 : 52 : 08

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