Photo of the puzzle my husband & I finished just last night in time for my April/Earth Day posting. The puzzle is entitled BIODIVERSITY *and is from: www.eeboo.com.
(This was an easy puzzle to build because of the diverse colors and shapes. I would say preteens and up would enjoy it. Fun & educational es)
In addition to EARTH DAY on April 22nd, we have today (April Fools Day), Good Friday/Easter/Passover/Ramadan (also starts today), National Poetry Month, and I am sure more than I can cover in my postings. However, I hope to post something every day that speaks to Earth Day, Every Day, if only a tag at the end of another post.
So for today, I will just leave you with the quote by recently deceased Edward O. Wilson, considered the “father of biodiversity” and also a two-time Pulitzer Prize winner, as well as the world’s leading expert on ants. (Source: Back of the puzzle, also called Biodiversity.)
Here is the exact quote by Wilson that rims the edges of this circular (globe-shaped) puzzle:
This is the assembly of Life that took billions of years to evolve. It has eaten the storms — folded them into its genes — and created the world that created us. It holds the world steady.