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Painted Bird Houses JIGSAW Puzzle Game
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Very Easy Puzzle Time Stats
00 : 23
00 : 49
Easy Puzzle Time Stats
01 : 44
05 : 07
Normal Puzzle Time Stats
04 : 34
13 : 57
Hard Puzzle Time Stats
07 : 13
29 : 26
Very Hard Puzzle Time Stats
12 : 27
48 : 29
Extra Hard Puzzle Time Stats
17 : 22
1 : 17 : 51
Painted Bird Houses Puzzle Details:
About: This new puzzle features some wooden bird houses painted in different colors. Bird Houses or also called nest boxes and are usually wooden, though some for birds are made from a mixture of wood and concrete, called woodcrete. Metal nest boxes are also marketed, but these are generally unsuitable for outdoor use, as they can overheat in sun, and provide no insulation to cold.
Puzzle Of The Day On: 28/Dec/2012
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