Problem: Which of the following is an example of Batesian mimicry?a. a butterfly that resembles a leafb. a nonvenomous larva of a moth that moves like a venomous snakec. a fawn with fur coloring that camouflages it in the forest environmentd. a snapping turtle that uses its tongue to mimic a worm, thus attracting fish

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Which of the following is an example of Batesian mimicry?

a. a butterfly that resembles a leaf

b. a nonvenomous larva of a moth that moves like a venomous snake

c. a fawn with fur coloring that camouflages it in the forest environment

d. a snapping turtle that uses its tongue to mimic a worm, thus attracting fish

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