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Man In Row Boat Jigsaw Puzzle Game

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About: 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.
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