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The Wolf Pack Puzzle Details:

About: It's a cold and starry night in the forest and the wolf pack is out hunting. The wolf is a social animal, whose basic social unit consists of a mated pair, accompanied by the pair's adult offspring. The average pack consists of a family of 5
Puzzle Of The Day On: 26/May/2016

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Very Easy Puzzle Time Stats

Best Time
00 : 15
Your Time
Average Time
00 : 34

Easy Puzzle Time Stats

Best Time
01 : 13
Your Time
Average Time
03 : 36

Normal Puzzle Time Stats

Best Time
03 : 09
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Average Time
11 : 30

Hard Puzzle Time Stats

Best Time
05 : 54
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20 : 25

Very Hard Puzzle Time Stats

Best Time
10 : 02
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Average Time
1 : 00 : 49

Extra Hard Puzzle Time Stats

Best Time
27 : 15
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1 : 32 : 43

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