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This baby animal looks like a clear ribbon! What animal do you think it is? (Hint: the adult isn’t see-through.)
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It’s an eel! If you look closely at the baby, you can see its tiny head. When the baby grows up, its head still looks very similar!
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Here’s a different kind of see-through baby eel! An artist loved this baby eel so much that they made a purse that looks just like it.
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How many butterflies do you see?
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There are 9 butterflies total! Here are 2 you might have missed.
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This is called a Glasswing Butterfly! Watch as someone puts a leaf behind its wings. These butterflies live near Central America.
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This is the only plant that has clear flowers. But the flowers have an even stranger surprise…
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The flower petals are only clear when they’re wet, like when it rains! When they dry off, they look like normal white flowers.
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This is the eye of a common ocean animal. These animals are see-through. But they don’t usually have eyes. What animal is it?
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It’s a Box Jellyfish! Its large eyes make it an excellent hunter. In fact, it has many eyes, so it can see in all directions!
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What do you think is going on in this picture?
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A scientist gave ants colorful sugar water to drink. These Ghost Ants are see-through, so you can see the colors inside them!
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