Eva and Sophie's Trip

Takomabloke from Washington, DC:
Eva and Sophie's Trip

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Says we found this artist, and says can you uncover the master of disguise, what's the artist's name? So look up Abbot Henderson Thayer. Henderson, Thayer. [INAUDIBLE] And it said look at the object on the kiosk. Who rejected the artist's idea about animal camouflage? [INAUDIBLE] Do you want me to take it? Yeah, you take it. Who do you think is- Wait, did I spell abbott right? A-B-B-O-T-T? Oh. No. [BLANK_AUDIO] This thing really, this is tricky. [BLANK_AUDIO] After this, we're going to the fourth floor. How many floors are there? Oh it's Henderson, sorry. Henderson? Evan Henderson. H E N, H A N D E R S O N, Handerson, Handerson. It says look up the object on the computer key, so I'm wondering maybe we should be looking up object. I think you're right. Can I try? Go ahead. What's the object for the [UNKNOWN]? Who rejected the artist's idea about animal camouflage? The painting, something about a, [BLANK_AUDIO] A pink flamingo is going to build a pink flamingo. No. Is it that one? Catching was meant to disguise them in nature, through what he called countershading. Even bright pink flamingoes would vanish against similar colored sky at sunset or sunrise. No matter that at times their brilliant feathers were highly visible, their colorations would protect them from predators at
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