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Vine Leaves Jigsaw Puzzle Game

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About: Another challenging puzzle is here! In this new one, we feature a close-up of lots and and lots of vine leaves. Full of overlapping leaves in a variety of shades of green, this new image will take some time to put back together. Give it a try!
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