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Cute Pigeons In The Park Puzzle Details:

About: In today's puzzle we feature two cute pigeons on a grassy meadow in the park. If you didn't know, the name pigeon comes from a French word that derives from the Latin pipio, for a "peeping" chick. Pigeons primarily feed on seeds, fruits, and plants. These birds have adapted to most of the habitats available on the planet. Various species inhabit urban and rural areas, savannas, grasslands, deserts, temperate woodlands and forests, and even remote atolls and islands in the middle of the ocean.
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