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You can find many structures in nature.
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A tree is a structure. A tree holds a load, has size and shape, and has a purpose.
It is easy to see that every tree has a size and shape. What load does a tree hold? A tree has to hold up the weight of its trunk, branches, and leaves. If a tree cannot hold up this load, it will fall over.
What is the purpose of a tree? A tree makes seeds so other trees just like it can grow.
Bees make a home called a beehive. Thousands of bees can live in one beehive. Bees make honey, and they store the honey inside the beehive.
A beehive is a structure. A beehive has size and shape. The load that a beehive holds includes the bees and the honey. The purpose of a beehive is to give the bees a home, a place to store food, and a place to keep their
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1. A bird’s nest is a natural structure.CorrectIncorrect
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