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Ripe Hazelnuts JIGSAW Puzzle Game

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00 : 17
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00 : 40

Easy Puzzle Time Stats

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02 : 14
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04 : 42

Normal Puzzle Time Stats

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07 : 29
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35 : 54

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10 : 17
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59 : 50

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10 : 16
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2 : 24 : 14

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25 : 23
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7 : 13 : 26

About The Ripe Hazelnuts Jigsaw Puzzle Game:

Hazelnuts are harvested annually in mid-autumn. Hazelnuts are used in confectionery to make pralines, in chocolate for chocolate truffles, and in hazelnut paste products. Hazelnuts are produced in Turkey, Azerbaijan, Italy, Greece, Cyprus, Georgia, Serbia, in the south of the Spanish region of Catalonia, in the UK county of Kent, and in the American states of Oregon and Washington, and south western British Columbia Canada.

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