About: Another fun animal puzzle is here. Today's puzzle features a impressive moose sitting on the grass. Moose typically inhabit boreal and mixed deciduous forests of the Northern Hemisphere in temperate to subarctic climates. Unlike most other deer species, moose are solitary animals and do not form herds. Although generally slow-moving and sedentary, moose can become aggressive and move surprisingly fast if angered or startled.
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In today's new jigsaw puzzle we feature two very cute ponies grazing on a green meadow. The word "pony" derives from the old French "poulenet", meaning foal, a young, immature horse, but this is not the modern meaning; unlike a horse foal, a pony remains small when fully grown. Ponies are generally considered intelligent and friendly, though sometimes they also are described as stubborn or cunning.
This new animal jigsaw puzzle features a lynx. Lynx have short tails and characteristic tufts of black hair on the tips of their ears. They have a ruff under the neck, which has black bars (not very visible), resembling a bow tie. They have large, padded paws for walking on snow, and long whiskers on the face. Their body color varies from medium brown to goldish to beige-white; and occasionally, is marked with dark brown spots, especially on the limbs. All species of lynx also have white fur on their chests, bellies and on the insides of their legs, which are extensions of the chest and belly fur.
Black and White Cat
This new puzzle features a cute back and white cat resting in the sunshine.
The bullfinch is a bulky bull-headed bird. The upper parts are grey; the flight feathers and short thick bill are black; as are the cap and face in adults, and the white rump and wing bars are striking in flight. The adult male has red underparts (like the bird in this jigsaw puzzle), but females and young birds have grey-buff underparts. It lives in mixed woodland, parkland and gardens.
This jigsaw puzzle features a beautiful deer running around the forest on a carpet of autumn leafs. Deer are widely distributed, with indigenous representatives in all continents except Antarctica and Australia, though Africa has only one native species, the Red Deer, confined to the Atlas Mountains in the northwest of the continent. Deer live in a variety of biomes ranging from tundra to the tropical rainforest. While often associated with forests, many deer are ecotone species that live in transitional areas between forests and thickets (for cover) and prairie and savanna (open space). The majority of large deer species inhabit temperate mixed deciduous forest, mountain mixed coniferous forest, tropical seasonal/dry forest, and savanna habitats around the world.
Lemurs are social and live in groups that usually include fewer than 15 individuals. Nocturnal lemurs are mostly solitary but social, foraging alone at night but often nesting in groups during the day. The degree of socialization varies by species, gender, location, and season. Like other primates, lemurs groom socially to ease tensions and solidify relationships.
Two Polar Bears
A carnivorous bear native to the Arctic Circle, the polar bear, is a marine mammal (because it spends many months of the year at sea). Its diet primarily consists of ringed and bearded seals. The polar bear's most common hunting method is called still-hunting. The bear may lay in wait for several hours next to a seal breathing hole. When the seal exhales, the bear smells its breath, reaches into the hole with a forepaw, and drags it out onto the ice. The polar bear is an excellent swimmer and often will swim for days. When sprinting, it can reach up to 40 km/h.
Another fun puzzle is here. Today it features a red fox snooping around a farm. Foxes are small-to-medium-sized canids (slightly smaller than a medium-sized domestic dog), with a flattened skull, upright triangular ears, a pointed, slightly upturned snout, and a long bushy tail.
The spotted deer also known as chital deer, cheetal or axis deer is a deer which commonly inhabits wooded regions of India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and Bhutan. The chital's coat is pinkish fawn, marked with white spots, and its underparts are also white. Axis deer most commonly occur in herds of 10 to 50 individuals of both sexes. Chital are generally silent when grazing together. They do, though, make high-pitched chuckles when walking. Axis deer were also introduced introduced to Australia and the United States. In the US the deer are most populated on the Edwards Plateau in Texas.
Highland cows are a Scottish breed of cattle with long horns and long wavy coats which are colored black, brindled, red, yellow or dun. In the today's new puzzle we feature one of these beautiful animals.
In this fun new puzzle we feature a very cute kitten. Choose your difficulty level, click start and put the kitten back together as fast as you can and get a place on our leader boards. Enjoy.
A new puzzle featuring a beautiful winter land scape with wild ducks. The Mallard or Wild Duck (Anas platyrhynchos) is a dabbling duck which breeds throughout the temperate and subtropical Americas, Europe, Asia, and North Africa, and has been introduced to New Zealand and Australia. The male birds (drakes) have a bright green head and are grey on wings and belly, while the females are brown all over. Mallards live in wetlands, eat water plants and small animals, and are gregarious. This species is the ancestor of almost all of the breeds of domestic ducks.
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