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bundaya t1_jdww8p0 wrote

So this is specifically about sulfur influencing color, because we knew environmental factors caused color change way before that. Flamingos, as someone else else pointed out, but also I learned about this moth on my anthro class who changed colors because of a coal operation nearby


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Robbotlove t1_jdw6c6a wrote

>flamingos have entered the chat