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Path Through A Grassy Meadow Puzzle Details:

About: Start today's puzzle and join us on the small dirt path that take's us across a breathtaking grassy meadow. Take in the beautiful landscape, the wild flowers, the green trees, the colorful sunset sky and relax with this nature themed puzzle. If you didn't know, meadows attract a multitude of wildlife and support flora and fauna that could not thrive in other habitats. There are multiple types of meadows, including agricultural, transitional and perpetual, each playing a unique and important part of the ecosystem. Have fun!
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