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Mother And Baby Stork Lawn Ornaments Puzzle Details:

About: In this new puzzle we feature two cute lawn ornaments, a mother and bay stork. If you didn't know, lawn ornaments are decorative objects placed in the grassy areas like gardens, lawns and parks. They come in a variety of shape, colors and sizes. Popular animal themed ones come in the form animal statues such as frogs, turtles, rabbits, storks, flamingoes, ducks and other wild or domestic animals.
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