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1.How do a flounder's color protect it from enemies? 2.What is a characteristic of all instinctive behavioral adaptations? 3.When do the seeds of many desert wildflowers sprout? 4.Why did dark peppered moths out survive light moths when soot darkened the trees?

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    For #4, since soot darkened the trees it made dark peppered moths less visible than the light moths. Since, the dark moths were unable to be seen they were able to out survive the light moths.

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