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Treasure and Pirates
Click on the links below to go to the Flickr page for each photograph.
|Flickr||Treasure is valuable.|
|Flickr||Gold can be treasure.|
|Flickr||Jewels can be treasure.|
|Flickr||Diamonds can be treasure.|
|Flickr||A king's crown can be treasure.|
|Flickr||Coins can be treasure.|
|Flickr||Some people think treasure is buried on the land.|
|Flickr||Most treasure is buried at the bottom of the sea.|
|Flickr||The treasure is buried in ships that sank.|
|Flickr||Some people think that treasure is buried in fancy treasure chests.|
|Flickr||Usually, treasure is in a plain old box.|
|Flickr||Fancy treasure chests would be too easy for pirates to find.|
|Flickr||Pirates like to steal treasure.|
|Flickr||To keep treasure safe, use a plain old box.|
|Flickr||To keep treasure safe, use a good ship that won't sink.|
|Flickr||To keep treasure safe, stay away from pirates!|