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Roosters Scramble Squares A rooster is a mature male chicken. A mature female chicken is called a hen. A newly hatched chicken is ...called a chick. An immature male chicken is called a cockerel, and an immature female chicken is called a pullet. Chickens (Gallus domesticus) were domesticated about 8,000 years ago from Red Junglefowl (Gallus gallus) in southeast Asia in and around what is now Thailand. Red Junglefowl still run wild in that region of the world. It is believed that chickens were brought to the Polynesian islands from southeast Asia with the Lapita migration, about 3,300 years ago. It was assumed that they had been brought to the Americas with the Spanish conquistadors, but archeologists have identified a pre-Columbian chicken at several sites throughout the Americas, most notably at the site of El Arenal-1 in Chile, dating about 1350 AD. Read More

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Moose Scramble Squares The moose (Alces alces) is the largest species in the deer family. Moose are huge. On the average, an adult... moose stands 6 to 7 (1.8 2.1 m) high at the shoulder! Males ( bulls ) weigh between 850 and 1,580 lbs. (380 720 kg) and females ( cows ) weigh between 600 and 800 lbs. ( 270 360 kg). The largest known moose, a bull moose, was shot at the Yukon River in September, 1897. It weighed 1,800 pounds (1,618 kg) and was 7 8 tall (233 cm) at the shoulder. Each of the antlers of an adult bull moose averages between 3.9 and 4.9 (1.2 m and 1.5 m) across, but can grow as large as 5.8 (1.8 m) across. Moose antlers are shaped like the broad palm of a hand with extended fingers, unlike the antlers of the other members of the deer family, which grow in a way that resemble tree branches. Moose antlers are made of bone and are grown, shed and regrown every year. The male will drop its antlers after the autumn mating season to conserve energy for the winter. A new set of antlers will begin to regrow in the spring. Moose antlers take only 3 to 5 months to fully develop from little buds, making them one of the fastest growing animal organs. They have a fuzzy skin on their surface, called felt, which peels away when the antlers become fully grown. Immature bulls may not shed their antlers for the winter and will retain them until the following spring. Read More

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Adults and seniors love award-winning Scramble Squares puzzles at least as much as do children, teenagers and college students. Al...though each Scramble Squares puzzle has only nine pieces, Scramble Squares puzzles are perhaps the World's Most Challenging Puzzle! They make inexpensive, but highly valued gifts for both men and women alike for Mother's Day, Father's Day, Graduation, Travel, Birthdays and Holidays. Scramble Squares puzzles are Easy To Play, But Hard Solve! Scramble Squares styles of exquisite original art are available on nature, sports, history, culture, geography, science, technology, occupations, hobbies and activities, and more. Read More

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Christmas Scramble Squares Christmas literally means Christ s Mass, from the Latin Christes Masse. It is the religious festival ce...lebrating the birth of Jesus of Nazareth, whom Christians believe to be the Messiah, the Christ, prophesied in the Old Testament. The date of December 25 was officially established for the observance of the birth of Christ by Julius I, Bishop of Rome in 350 AD, after Christianity had been embraced by Emperor Constantine I, the Great, as the official religion of the Holy Roman Empire. Before Christianity had become the official religion of Rome, the Roman pagan feast of Saturnalia had been celebrated during the second half of December to honor the Roman god of agriculture, during which the Romans decorated their homes with greenery and over indulged themselves with lavish eating, drinking, social gatherings and even riots in the streets. Gregory of Nazianzus denounced the combining of such pagan traditions with the observance of Christmas before his death in 389 and asked that the observance be "after a heavenly and not an earthly manner." Human nature persisted in incorporating pagan customs into the Christmas celebration, and, over the centuries, the Church incorporated into the accepted observance of Christmas the most civilized and beautiful aspects of these customs. Christmas is believed to have been first celebrated in England in 521, when King Arthur celebrated his victorious battle of York, while minstrels entertained guests at his Round Table. St. Augustine came to England in 592, and on Christmas day in 598, more than ten thousand Britons were converted to Christianity. During his reign from 871 to 899, King Alfred, the Great, of England established twelve days of celebration in observance of Christmas. When Oliver Cromwell came into power in England in the 17th Century, the Puritans who supported him vehemently opposed the celebration of Christmas as being a heathen practice, and Cromwell s Parliament banned the celebration Read More

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