In today's puzzle we feature lots and lots of ferns. If you didn't know, ferns are can be found in almost every part of the world. They are members of a group of plants that reproduce via spores and have neither seeds nor flowers. There are four particular types of habitats that ferns are found in: crevices in rock faces, especially when sheltered from the full sun; wetlands; moist, shady forests; and tropical trees. // Image Credit: Daily JIgsaw Puzzles
Bouncy castles (also called bouncing castles, bouncy houses, inflatable castles, bounce houses, jumpy house, bouncing houses, jumping castles, jumpers or moon bounces) are inflatable structures typically designed for recreational use, especially by children at parties, events, or amusement parks. They come in various shapes, sizes, and themes, such as castles, houses, animals, or cartoon characters. The interior of a bouncy castle is often filled with air chambers and cushioned walls, creating a safe and enjoyable environment for kids to jump, bounce, and play in. In today's puzzle we feature a close-up of such a structure. Put the pieces back together, see the colorful walls of the inflatable castle and complete today's game. Have fun!
If you didn't already know, the guelder-rose or guelder rose is a species of flowering plant native to Europe, northern Africa and central Asia. It is grown as an ornamental plant for its flowers and bright red berries. It is also called snowball tree, water elder, cramp bark, and European cranberrybush (it is not related to the cranberry). So what are you waiting for? Click start and give it a try!
In this new puzzle we feature two cute lawn ornaments, a mother and bay stork. If you didn't know, lawn ornaments are decorative objects placed in the grassy areas like gardens, lawns and parks. They come in a variety of shape, colors and sizes. Popular animal themed ones come in the form animal statues such as frogs, turtles, rabbits, storks, flamingoes, ducks and other wild or domestic animals.
This fun a challenging puzzle is based on paper print made in the 1800's. It depicts a view of a village street. In the foreground you can see a shepherd and his flock of sheep, a boy and his two horses pulling a plow, a school house with children and their teacher in the left corner and a lot of other interesting details of how live looked in a small village in the 1800s.
These beautiful and colorful butterflies can be found from the Indian subcontinent eastwards to South-East Asia and East Asia, the eastern limit being the Philippines, and the southern limit being Indonesia. It's intense color is a warning to predators that the red lacewing has a bad taste, the same as the host plants the caterpillars live on.
In today's puzzle we feature a bunch of toy soccer (football) balls. Made from soft material and smaller in size then the real one, these toys are fun to throw around and play with. They usually come in a variety of colors, sizes and are made from various materials like plush, artificial leader, textiles or other materials. Have fun!
In today's puzzle you get to assemble some closely packed colorful paint bottles, each bursting with brilliant shades of pink, red, and purple. The top-down perspective offers a mesmerizing view of the uniformity in shape and size, while the white caps with ridges add an intriguing touch. As you solve this puzzle, you'll experience the joy of blending colors and patterns, making it an engaging and visually stimulating challenge for puzzle enthusiasts of all ages . Colorful paint bottles like this are often made of squeezable plastic or soft-sided tubes, allowing artists to dispense paint with precision and control. These bottles feature air-tight seals to maintain the freshness of the paint, ensuring it remains workable for extended periods, while offering a wide range of sizes to suit various painting needs and preferences. They typically contain various types of paint, including acrylic, oil, watercolor, gouache, and tempera.
In today's puzzle we join a man and his old wooden boat for a relaxing boat ride on a calm river. If you didn't know, rowing is functionally similar to paddling, but rowing requires oars to be attached to the boat. In the Ancient World, all major ancient civilizations used rowing to propel their boats and larger vessels until better technologies were developed.
Another fun and colorful puzzle is here. In this new one we feature lots and lots of colorful toys. Red, yellow, blue, pink, orange, green, purple, white and black are just some of the colors these fun toys are painted in. Pick your difficulty level, put them back together and see how many colors and types of toys you can spot. Have fun!
This new puzzle depicts a tranquil scene of tree leaves illuminated by the soft, warm light of the morning sun. The image beautifully captures the harmony between the leaves and the morning sun, highlighting the essential role of sunlight in sustaining the life and vitality of plants and animals all over our planet. If you didn't already know, sunlight offers a wide range of benefits, both for the environment and for living organisms, including humans. For us humans, exposure to sunlight stimulates the skin to produce vitamin D, it triggers the release of serotonin in the brain and it can help boost the immune system. Exposure to natural light in work and living spaces has been shown to improve concentration, focus, and productivity. So what are you waiting for? Start today's puzzle, get some sunshine and relax! Have fun!
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