Coypu Jigsaw Puzzle

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Free online jigsaw puzzle of a coypu, also known as a river rat. The semi-aquatic rodent feeds on river plants and was originally native to South America.

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PurplePandora
Apr 6, 2016
Whenever I am stressed, I go do a puzzle. I love to do them and it relaxes me. I don't know what I would do without them. It has become a time consuming habit, but I love it.
toadalove
Apr 22, 2014
Cute little bugger!
toadalove
Mar 29, 2014
Sometimes I laugh at myself at how I do my puzzles! I'm not at all consistant! I just love doing them!
zoozq
Sep 25, 2013
LOL...looks like a beaver rat! Also sorta looks like our wharf rats, ick!
nlbuchanan
Sep 19, 2013
I just love to watch the puzzle pieces jump together when I get them close to where they belong. Especially if three or more snap together at one time. Some days it's the most entertainment I get! God bless you all and may your days be more entertaining than mine.
pixipixil
Sep 19, 2013
I'm so glad you think it looks like a rat, too, nlb. I love the sound the pieces make when they join.
jiggler
Sep 20, 2013
Me too - such a satisfying clunk :-D
arlenez
Sep 19, 2013
Love the subtle color and texture in this puzzle plus the wild animal!
jiggler
Sep 20, 2013
Yes, same...and I love the blunt shape of the head. And those whiskers!!
Basinda
Sep 19, 2013
God be praised because we sure needed some rain and we got some:-) Blessings and love on all of you today.
Basinda
Sep 19, 2013
Does anyone know if this is a woodchuck or a beaver? and what is the difference between?
there was a tongue twister from childhood I recall....
How much wood would a wood chuck chuck, if a wood chuck could chuck wood?
nlbuchanan
Sep 19, 2013
I also remember that tongue twister from my childhood. I'm not sure what a woodchuck looks like in real life but a beaver has two big teeth in front to chew down small trees. It also has a flat tail that beats the water to warn others when there is danger. This one definitely looks like a rat to me.
sunsetsky
Sep 19, 2013
Not too crazy about that little critter, called a coypu! There is an answer to that tongue twister,
Basinda. A wood chuck could chuck as much wood as a wood chuck could chuck, if a wood chuck could chuck wood.
aussiesapphire
Sep 19, 2013
All this chucking is a bit too much for me lol
nlbuchanan
Sep 19, 2013
Just add an L and you'll be chuckling!
mamag15
Sep 19, 2013
Could you send some rain my way? We are in dire need of it.
spaniellover
Sep 20, 2013
Oh, its a woodchuck alright. We live next to a nature preserve and they are death to vegetable gardens. They like flowers too. They also are called ground hogs.
Starrphyre
Sep 20, 2013
Ask Colorado or Acapulco for some of their precipitation. They are in dire conditions. Be happy with what you have! This admonition needs to be imprinted on my own brain as well as others.
aussiesapphire
Sep 20, 2013
LOL nlbuchanan that made me chuckle hahaha
jiggler
Sep 20, 2013
A coypu is different from a groundhog, though: a coypu is semi-aquatic & a groundhog is terrestrial. Their tails are different, too.
lydiagintn
Sep 19, 2013
Love any critter that even remotely looks like a guinea pig!
Basinda
Sep 19, 2013
Awe we had guinea pig named Sally she was so sweet and she would beg for food on her hind legs, whistling and chirping, Unfortunately she climbed into one of my sons rubber boots and could not turn herself around. We learned a very painful lesson about letting them run about the house.
lydiagintn
Sep 19, 2013
So sad. I used to breed and show Peruvian Guinea Pigs...the ones with very long, flowy hair. Also, bred for sale. Love the little guys- love their squeeks!
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