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Why are flamingos pink?

Why are flamingos pink?

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Do you think flamingos change their color? Why or why not?

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In this mini-lesson, students learn how some animals get the colors they have. In the activity, Animal Dances, students learn about animal displays by dancing along with ostriches, flamingos, and spiders.

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