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What type of bird has a specialized beak for eating insects? A. hawk B. buzzard C. falcon D. robin
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User: What type of bird has a specialized beak for eating insects? A. hawk B. buzzard C. falcon D. robin

Weegy: Birds with short thin beaks usually eat insects D Robin
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User: ________ surrounds and protects the embryo. A. The yolk membrane B. The oxygen membrane C. The amniotic membrane

Weegy: A. They both have scales and lay eggs.
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User: What type of bird has a specialized beak for eating meat? A. mockingbird B. hawk C. pigeon D. chicken

Weegy: A hawk has a specialized beak for eating meat.
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User: What is an amniotic egg? A. a small soft egg B. a large soft egg C. an egg with an amnion

Weegy: C. an egg with an amnion
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User: ________ surrounds and protects the embryo. A. The yolk membrane B. The oxygen membrane C. The amniotic membrane

Weegy: C. The amniotic membrane
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The amniotic membrane surrounds and protects the embryo.

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