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Rubber Ducks JIGSAW Puzzle Game

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00 : 24
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00 : 46

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01 : 25
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05 : 55

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03 : 17
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20 : 49

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05 : 58
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30 : 27

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08 : 53
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54 : 07

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15 : 34
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1 : 42 : 25

About The Rubber Ducks Jigsaw Puzzle Game:

In today's new jigsaw we feature a bunch of yellow rubber ducks that are ready for a race down the river. Rubber duck race have been used as a method of fundraising for organizations worldwide. People donate money to the organization by sponsoring a duck. At the end of the fundraising drive, all of the ducks are dumped into a river, with the first to float past the finish line winning a prize for its sponsor.

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