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Jenna sat by her expandable makeup dolly and cried, the line of her scalp showing through the middle part in her reddish hair.
Every year, the coats of these small mammals change with the seasons – snow-white in winter, reddish-brown in summer – to help conceal them from predators.
The bird has blue-gray feathers on the back and upper wings, with a rusty, reddish breast peppered with white bars.
So did reddish egrets (Egretta rufescens) near Sanibel Island in Florida.
Its reddish tinge is typical of objects with a lot of organic chemicals on their surface.
The tiny, reddish world, dubbed 2014 MU69, stretches just a dozen miles or so, a red potato about the size of Manhattan.
The other bore tooth-like protuberances, called ossicles, above speckled reddish black skin.
Miscanthus sinensis 'Morning Light' Maiden Grass: Creamy white and green variegated foliage topped by reddish effervescences.
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