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Hens And Rooster Eating Puzzle Details:

About: Today we're starting the day on a farm feeding the chickens. Join us and put the hens and rooster back together and solve this fun animal theme jigsaw puzzle. If you didn't know, in the UK and Ireland, adult male chickens are primarily known as cocks, whereas in the United States, Australia and Canada, they are more commonly called roosters; young males are cockerels. Females over a year old are known as hens, and younger females as pullets. The young are called chicks. Chickens are gregarious birds and live together in flocks. When a rooster finds food, he may call other chickens to eat first. He does this by clucking in a high pitch as well as picking up and dropping the food. This behavior may also be observed in mother hens to call their chicks and encourage them to eat. So what are you waiting for? Click start and enjoy.
Puzzle Of The Day On: 21/Feb/2018

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