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Mother Goat And Kid Puzzle Details:

About: Goats are among the earliest animals domesticated by humans. Goats usually give birth to twins, but single and triplet births also common. Less frequent are litters of quadruplet, quintuplet, and even sextuplet kids. Goats and their cute kids are naturally curious and agile. They are well known for their ability to climb and balance in precarious places. When handled as a group, goats tend to display less herding behavior than sheep. In this fun new puzzle we feature mother goat and it's cute kid. Click start and put the two animals back together piece by piece and complete today's new challenge. Have fun!

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