About: This fun new puzzle features lots and lots of crook neck gourds, of different shapes, sizes and positions which make for a very challenging game. Can you put the image back together? Give it a try! If you didn't know, gourds are the dried fruit of a large number of plants (like squashes, pumpkins, etc). They are often used as vessels for water, storage containers or musical instruments (the most famous of these instruments is the maraca, an ancient American instrument still used to this day), as well as for solely decorative functions.
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