Go on a safari without leaving your home. This magnificent, challenging puzzle features sixty-six endangered animals from around the world. Lose yourself in the intricate details of this hand-drawn puzzle as you piece together a work of art.
- Finished size is 20in x 29in (73.5cm x 51cm)
- Challenging 1000 Piece Grid-Cut Puzzle
- Feel the "snap" with tightly locking pieces
- Puzzle and box made from 100% recycled material
- Matte surface to prevent glare and enhance the artwork
- Includes a bonus 11in x 17in reference poster with a key identifying every animal in the image—Learn while you puzzle!
- **Exclusive to E is for Endangered
I never thought putting together a black and white puzzle would be this mind boggeling! It truly is a “work of art” with amazing animals to learn about. If you are looking for something that gives you complete satisfaction, I highly recommend trying one of these puzzles. You won’t regret the experience.
As an avid puzzler, I didn’t think a 504-piece puzzle would be so challenging. I was wrong! This black and white puzzle definitely adds an enjoyable level of difficulty not found in other puzzles. I felt a sense of accomplishment when I put the last piece in its place.
Thanks for the review, Kate! Happy my puzzle posed a challenge for a pro!
Like a trip to a zoo! I never knew there were so many endangered animals and I learned a lot.
The drawing is fantastic and a great intro into meditative calmness . Fun and educational!
Thank you Janice! Happy you enjoyed the puzzle. I'd love to see your work with the coloring poster too;)
Was surprised that a 504-piece black and white picture could be such a challenge. Split up the pieces onto trays by straight or zigzag lines, eyes, feet and other distinguishing characteristics. A magnifying glass is a must, as I'm learning about the features of these endangered animals - which ones have whiskers, horns or tusks, and what kind of feet or ears they have.
Looking forward to the Endangered Birds next.
Glad you enjoyed the puzzle, Jan—Let me know how the Birds puzzles goes!