Giant jigsaw puzzle at the International Wildlife Museum
The second largest jigsaw puzzle in the world is on display at the International Wildlife Museum (Click above image to view local news story).
The puzzle titled “Wildlife” is 33,600 pieces and is 19 feet long and 6.5 feet tall, according to museum officials. It was illustrated and published in Barcelona, Spain.
Joseph Treschel said it took him eight months to assemble the puzzle. He’s also working on the world’s largest puzzled called “Around the World” which is 42,000 pieces. This piece will be donated to the museum once it’s complete.