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Green Walnuts Puzzle Details:

About: Green walnuts are walnuts that are picked before they have ripened. They are used in as ingredients for sauces, dishes or preservers. Pick your difficulty level, put the walnuts and the green tree leaves of the walnut tree back together piece by piece and complete today's puzzle. Have fun!
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