Subject: Why are there no mammals with green skin or green hair?
Date: Tue Sep 9 13:39:04 2003
Posted by Mr. Proteau
Grade level: teacher/prof
School: Eau Claire High School
City: Columbia State/Province: SC
Area of science: Evolution
Camouflage coloring is common among animal life. Many mammals use camouflage
hair colors. Among non-mammals, an animal's coloring is often green to match
foliage. There are many green arthropods, amphibians, and reptiles. I have
never seen a green mammal. Thank you for your thoughtful consideration.
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