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Plants that do not need much water grow best in sandy soil. Some plants grow best in a mix of topsoil and sandy soil. topsoil A Topsoil is dark brown or black and can hold lots of water. It has bits of dead animals and plants in it. Quick Check Circle the answer. 11. The color of red soil comes from iron plants 12. Most plants grow best in sandy soil clay soil . animals .
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How do animals from eggs become adults? Most eggs have an outside shell. It keeps the animal growing inside safe. After the animal is fully formed, it hatches from the egg. The animal grows bigger and becomes an adult. Then it can have its own young, and the life cycle begins again. 36 Animal Life Cycles 3. After five weeks, the young crab sheds, or loses, its shell so it can grow bigger. 4. As the crab grows, it keeps on shedding its shell. After about 16 months, it becomes an adult and can lay eggs of its own.