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Cute Sheep Family
We're out on the green, grassy meadow today with a cute family of sheep. Join us in this new jigsaw puzzle and put the sheep, the ram and their little lamb back together as fast as possible and get the best time in today's leader boards. Have fun!
Red Rock Crab
The red rock crab is one of the most common crabs along the western coast of the Americas. is a typically shaped crab, with five pairs of legs, the front two bearing small, blocky, symmetrical chelae. The other legs are broad and flat, with only the tips touching the substrate. The crab's round, flat carapace is slightly longer than 8 centimeters.Young crabs are black but adults are quite variable in color; some are brownish-red, some mottled or spotted brown, pink, or yellow.
In today's new puzzle we feature a beautiful view of a green sugarcane field. Sugarcane is native to the warm temperate to tropical regions of South Asia and is used for sugar production. In India, between the sixth and fourth centuries BC, the Persians, followed by the Greeks, discovered the famous "reeds that produce honey without bees". They adopted and then spread sugar and sugarcane agriculture. It is now the world's largest crop by production quantity.
Two Park Benches
Another fun puzzle game is here. Today we're going for a stroll in the park and what better way to end a walk then with a relaxing rest on one of the benches. So take a sit and relax with today's new jigsaw.
Wooden Sailing Boat
Wood is the traditional boat building material used for hull and spar construction. The hull of a wooden boat usually consists of planking fastened to frames and a keel. Keel and frames are traditionally made of hardwoods such as oak while planking can be oak but is more often softwood. Glue, screws, rivets and/or nails are used to join the wooden components.
Yellow Hot Rod
In today's new jigsaw puzzle we feature a yellow hot rod. Hot rods are typically old, classic American cars with large engines modified for linear speed. A term that was common in the early days to refer to a hot rod was a "gow job".
In today's new jigsaw puzzle we're going for a bike ride. Click start and jump on the vintage bike featured in today puzzle image and ride around the quiet country side with us on a beautiful, sunny Spring morning.
A giraffe, a kite, a helicopter, a drum and a boat are the toys in today's in the colorful free puzzle. Click start and put it back together as fast as you can to get a top spot on our leader boards. Have fun!
Today's puzzle features a bunch of balls: soccer balls, basketball balls and football balls.
The Cube Houses in Rotterdam
The cube houses( 'Kubuswoningen' ) were designed and built in Rotterdam in the early 1980s and in Helmond in the mid-1970s by Piet Blom (February 8, 1934, Amsterdam – June 8, 1999, Denmark) a Dutch architect. Piet Blom is a representatives of the Structuralism movement in architecture.
A Selection Of Colorful Crayons
A crayon (or wax pastel) is a stick of colored wax. Such crayons are usually approximately 3.5 inches (89 mm) in length and made mostly of petroleum. The history of the crayon is not entirely clear. The word "crayon" dates to 1644, coming from craie (chalk) and the Latin word creta (earth). The notion to combine a form of wax with pigment actually goes back thousands of years. Contemporary crayons are purported to have originated in Europe where some of the first cylinder shaped crayons were made with charcoal and oil. The initial era of wax crayons saw a number of companies and products competing for the lucrative education and artist markets. In addition to the giants such as Binney & Smith/Crayola and American Crayon/Dixon Ticonderoga, other companies popped up in the industry at various times from the late 19th century to the early 1910s. Colin Snedeker, a chemist for Binney & Smith (the then-parent company of Crayola), developed the first washable crayons in response to consumer complaints regarding stained fabrics and walls.
The rose-breasted grosbeak lives in open woodland, or similar habitat with a loose growth of trees, such as forest edges, parks, gardens and plantations, ranging from sea level into the hills (up to 1,500 m). The rose-breasted grosbeak forages in shrubs or trees for insects, seeds and berries, also catching insects in flight and occasionally eating nectar. The adult male in breeding plumage has a black head, wings, back and tail, and a bright rose-red patch on its breast; the wings have two white patches and rose-red linings. Its underside and rump are white. The adult female has dark grey-brown upperparts
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