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Two Cows On A Grassy Meadow Puzzle Details:

About: Join us on a grassy mountain meadow and put the two cute, brown and white cows back together and solve this fun new animal themed jigsaw puzzle. Cows are ruminants, meaning their digestive system is highly specialized to allow the use of poorly digestible plants as food. When grazing, cows vary several aspects of their bite, i.e. tongue and jaw movements, depending on characteristics of the plant they are eating.

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