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Goats Resting On The Grass Puzzle Details:

About: After a long day of running around on green grassy meadow the two white goats featured in this puzzle have decided to rest for a bit. Pick your difficulty level, click start and join them for a few minutes of relaxation on the green grass. Have fun!
Puzzle Of The Day On: 07/Jul/2019

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