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“Animals inhale oxygen and exhale carbon dioxide, while plants do the opposite.”
“They found that different brain regions developed depending on how difficult it was for the subjects to learn.”
“A few years ago, they were on the brink of extinction. Now they're thriving, thanks to conservation efforts.”
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“Their powerful flippers propel them through the water in search of prey.”
“Penguins are remarkably well adapted to their icy environment, thanks to millions of years of evolution.”
“As the Earth orbits around the sun, the angle at which sunlight hits the Earth changes.”
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