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Animal Mimicry

“Animal mimicry is the evolved similarity of a relatively harmless animal with a more dangerous one. For example, the defenseless milk snake bears the same markings as the venomous coral snake, warning off potential predators.”

“Similarly, the komodo dragon, with its leathery hide and elongated snout…”

“…bears an uncanny resemblance to Phil Spector.”

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