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1. Which of those traits are inherited by a dog?

J. barking to go outside
K. a preference for certain dog food
L. the color of its eyes
M. walking on a leash

2. during which stage of its life is a moth most likely to damage clothes?

J. egg
k. larva
l. pupa

thanks!

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1. L (The color of a its eyes)
2. L (Pupa)

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what do you think?

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