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Winter Berries Jigsaw Puzzle Game

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Winter Berries Puzzle Details:

About: Winter is here and even the berries are feeling it. Solve this jigsaw and put the frozen berry bush back together.
Image Credits: Todd Petit
Puzzle Of The Day On: 07/Dec/2012

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