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Name: deleon
Status: student
Age: K-3
Location: TX
Country: N/A
Date: 4/29/2005


Question:
How long is a blue jays beak,and the color of it,and if possible can you tell me why the beak is that color.


Replies:
A blue jay's beak is 3/4 inch to an inch long, and is dark grey to nearly black. I really don't know why the beak is that color.

J. Elliott


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