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Transcript of Camouflage
Animals use color and shape of their bodies, skin and fur to blend in with their habitats to hide from
Animals and insects look like something else to avoid becoming
one tastes good ...
one does not!
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Physical Adaptations of Animals
VA SOL 3.4 (b) - Camouflage and Mimicry
by Abbie Rossman
Instructional Technology Integration
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