Monkey Puzzle Tree Jigsaw Puzzle

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Free jigsaw puzzle to play online of a monkey puzzle tree branch. The tree is native to Chile and Argentina.

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richacon
Nov 7, 2017
Difficult but BEAUTIFUL!
elijah13
May 8, 2016
Never heard of this tree. Hard puzzle to do, but it's beautiful.
jas6415
May 31, 2015
Whee This one was a real bear-cat for me thought I would never finish it almost gave up once glad I stuck it out I like it
ChrissieCap
Mar 20, 2015
These trees grow where I live, they are beautiful
Moped
Dec 4, 2014
Would like to see the complete to know what it really looks like.
Moped
Dec 4, 2014
Complete tree that os.
xyxyxyxx
Jun 14, 2014
When I first saw the pic, I thought it was a sedum...very cool that it's a tree! Would love to see one someday.
pixipixil
Jun 14, 2014
I thought it was a cactus
globug
Jun 14, 2014
I thought it was a cactus too
Jrea73
Jun 14, 2014
Lol I thought it was a cactus too! I would like to see this tree someday too. Maybe one day I will get to go to Argentina or Chile. I do enjoy doing these types of puzzles with different shapes.
Teadragon56
Jun 14, 2014
I agree with you xyxyxyxx. At first I thought it was a sedum.
tshepherd24
Oct 27, 2014
Like many here, I thought the plant was a cactus when I first saw it. LOL :-)
aussiesapphire
Jun 14, 2014
Getting cooler here now, I think we will feel a cold snap around the corner.

Bit of trivia about this puzzle

"The owner of a young tree at Pencarrow Garden was showing it off to a group of friends when one said "It would puzzle a monkey to climb that." At the time the tree had no common name in English. It was first called the ‘monkey-puzzler' tree but ‘monkey-puzzle tree' eventually caught on."

"The solution often turns out more beautiful than the puzzle." Richard Dawkins

"Faith makes all things possible...love makes all things easy." Dwight L. Moody

So very true. God bless and take care. Hugs.
Teadragon56
Jun 14, 2014
Thanks for the trivia lesson aussiesapphire. I sometimes find it very interesting to learn about the history of plant names. Once you learn the history, the name makes more sense. Take care and God bless you too. Hugs from Canada.
aussiesapphire
Jun 14, 2014
Hi Teadragon - I have a warm spot for Canada and Canadians - nice to hear from you. I lived in Hamilton Ontario for two years many moons ago. Beautiful country Canada. Hugs.
Teadragon56
Jun 17, 2014
That's were my family and I live; up on the Hamilton Mountain! Where did you live? Take care and hugs from Canada.
aussiesapphire
Jun 17, 2014
Hi Teadragon, yes lived on the mountain for a while and also in Grace Avenue - small world huh?? When I first moved there I lived with a French Canadian family whose name escapes me now, but it began with an "M" - just remembered it was Marcotte. I met a Canadian here in Brisbane and corresponded with his brother's family and stayed with them initially then moved to the boarding house her family owned. Hugs.
Teadragon56
Jun 18, 2014
Wow! This is incredible. Your right. At times it does seem like a small world. How do you like it in Australia? How long did it take to readjust the the differences of being on the other half of the equator? I don't know if I could get use to my b-day being in the 'winter' and Xmas in the 'summer'. Need to close now. Hugs from Canada.
aussiesapphire
Jun 18, 2014
It was a little strange at first, but it all comes together over time. Getting used to new words for familiar things here that I had always been used to. I remember I went shopping for a girdle once as is those days I always wore stockings to work. We called them "step-ins" here and because I didn't know how to explain it to the shop assistant I had to do a mime and she finally realized what I was shopping for lol. Having always been used to a hot Christmas, it did take a little while to adjust to it being the middle of winter. I lived in Canada for two years and six years in the US. Two years ago I married my darling husband who is American and who I met here. Take care and God bless. Hugs.
Teadragon56
Jun 23, 2014
I understand what you're saying. My paternal grandmother was Scottish. Even today I still use British terms and sometimes I get the strangest looks from people.
SANTACLAUS
Jun 29, 2014
Aussiesaphire, sorry to hear you are getting cold weather, we have just been away to the east coast and the weather was great except when we was packing up the tent to come home and the heavens opened, good job our son has a big garden where we could dry out the tent. But we had a great time camping gives one time to unwind and get a tan.Love to all Santa.
SANTACLAUS
Jun 29, 2014
Lovely to look at but not as nice to have one in one's garden, our son had one where he lived before, and Caron his wife, was petrified of the big spiders it used to have on the tree, when they entered the house Caron used to suck them up with the vacuum cleaner, hence when they moved they were glad to leave the tree behind, so if you have one of these specimens in your garden you have been warned.
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