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Botanical ImagePlay
Picture an acorn's unique shape to distinguish it from other nuts, noting its distinctive cap. SlideAs she drew the forest landscape, she carefully added the acorns' caps.
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Not Edible RawPlay
Unlike other nuts, acorns are not typically eaten raw due to tannins that make them bitter. SlideCurious about foraging, he learned that acorns require special preparation to eat.
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Wildlife Food SourcePlay
In nature, many animals, especially squirrels, gather acorns as a food reserve. SlideThe squirrel busily collected acorns for the winter ahead.