Pink Hungry Squirrel Slide Puzzle

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Pink Hungry Squirrel Game - Play Free Slide Puzzle Games Online

A slide puzzle, sliding block puzzle, or sliding tile puzzle is a tour puzzle that challenges a player to slide pieces along certain routes (usually on a board) to establish a certain end-configuration. In the case of this free online game, you get to slide the pieces of a pink hungry squirrel together to make a nice picture. This slide puzzle challenge is loved by people of all ages, especially young kids which often are very good at this task. Have fun!

Play Pink Hungry Squirrel Slide Puzzle game online for free today

Do you like squirrels, and do you also enjoy to play a cool web game for free? If you are in the same mood as us today, you probably would like to play our free online Pink Hungry Squirrel Slide Puzzle game.

How to play the free Pink Hungry Squirrel Slide Puzzle game online

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Pink as a Favorite Color

According to pink is a combination of the color red and white, a hue that can be described as a tint. It can range from berry (blue-based) pinks to salmon (orange-based) pinks. Its symbolism is complex and its popularity is subject to so many influences. Sunsets, watermelons and Pepto Bismal all are pink. In English, the word "pink" could be derived from the Dutch flower pinken dating back to 1681. The flower's name could have originally been "pink eye" or "small eye". In almost every culture, one stereotype emerges: pink is associated with girls, blue with boys.

What colors do squirrels see?

Research suggests, that the squirrel has "dichromatic" color vision, and therefore can see in color. Howeber they cannot distinguish between red and green. This would compare to a Human, that has "red-green" color blindness. Additionally ground and tree squirrels have yellow-tinted lenses that act like sun glasses in bright light. Flying squirrels do not have tinted lenses because they are primarily nocturnal. However, squirrels rely more on their exceptional focusing ability than color distinctions to avoid predators. Their vision allows simultaneous, sharp forward vision and peripheral vision. This means they can clearly see what's in front of them and to the side, above or below them at the same time.

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