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What natural occurrence does the myth "Pyramus and Thisbe" explain? A. How mulberries get their color B. How trees grow near water C. Why lionesses hunt D. Why walls get cracks
The answer is A! The Greek myth behind it states that mulberries are red to represent their forbidden love! Here's some more info!
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