Easter Candy Is a Way Better Gift
Some animal rights activists are concerned with the practice of dyeing baby chicks a variety of neon colors and giving them to children at Easter. The dye is usually food coloring and falls off when the chick sheds its initial fluff and gets feathers. Activists say the color is bad enough, but the real danger is giving baby animals to children who likely won't keep them as pets for very long ...
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