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Pears, Grapes And Kiwis Puzzle Details:

About: Start the day with a piece of delicious and healthy fruit and relaxing jigsaw puzzle. In this fun new game we feature fresh and juicy pears, tasty grapes and refreshing kiwi fruit; pick your difficulty level, toggle piece rotation on or off, click start and put the delicious fruits back together piece by piece and solve this new fun puzzle. Have fun!

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