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When these flowers mature they develop into a dark red "fruit" known as "rose hips". The rose hips are usually less than half an inch across. They are an important food for wild life because they are high in vitamin C. They can also be made into jelly. Rose hips are eaten by many species of birds. Some small birds hide from predators in the thorny thickets.
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