Such a Curious World ...
The wonders of nature are endless, and the oddballs often prove
the rules about adaptation, natural selection, evolution.
That's why it's interesting to study the organisms that do
strange things -- the "evergreen" pine tree that turns
yellow and drops its needles in the fall; a frog that freezes
solid and lives; a tiny mammal with a poison bite. These
are just a few examples of the many curiosities to be found in
the natural world ...
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