Test: 3rd Grade Science

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Why would a camouflaged animal be more likely to reproduce?

An animal with camouflage is attractive, so it will get more mates.

A camouflaged animal would not be more likely to reproduce.

The animal is harder to find so it would have less opportunity to find a mate.

It blends in better, so it is more likely to survive to have offspring.

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