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Why are this grasshopper's wings so small?
Very few creatures eat this common, desert beetle. Why?
I found this on the beach in St. Augustine, Florida. The sand grains should give you an idea of size. What is it?
Besides its sense of smell, what else is special about this bird's nose?
Why do snakes have forked tongues?
What is unusual about this water fowl's feet?
Why are the edges of these leaves white?
What trait does this baby turtle have in common with softshelled turtles?
Why does this snake have blue eyes?
This is a Pitcher Plant. The leaves form long, hollow tubes, that bend over at the top to form insect traps. Why do the insects go in, and why does the plant want the insects to go in?
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