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Abyssinian Puzzle Details:

About: Today's new puzzle features a cute Abyssinian cat. The name 'Abyssinian' refers to Ethiopia, but most of the stories about the origins of Abyssinians refer to Egypt. Genetic research suggests the breed originated near the coast of the Indian Ocean. The Abyssinian has large pointed ears, a broad and moderately wedge shaped head. Its eyes are almond shaped and colors include gold, green, hazel and copper. The paws are small and oval. It has a fairly long tail, broad at the base and tapering to a point. It's coat is medium-length, dense, and silky to the touch. Abyssinians are extroverted, extremely active, playful, wilful and intelligent
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Puzzle Of The Day On: 23/Aug/2013

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Very Easy Puzzle Time Stats

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00 : 21
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00 : 43

Easy Puzzle Time Stats

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01 : 23
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04 : 03

Normal Puzzle Time Stats

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03 : 41
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13 : 23

Hard Puzzle Time Stats

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07 : 01
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24 : 51

Very Hard Puzzle Time Stats

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13 : 53
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37 : 55

Extra Hard Puzzle Time Stats

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13 : 21
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1 : 20 : 25

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