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Old Log Jigsaw Puzzle Game

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About: In today's puzzle we feature an old log covered in moss. After being taken down by a powerful storm this big tree has been sitting on the forest floor for some time. With the passing of the seasons it has become a home for different types of moss, mushrooms, small animals and insects.
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