In Python retrieve color palettes from the website ColorHunt co

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I am presently engaged in the development of a Color Addon for Blender, with the primary aim of extracting color palettes from well-established websites. I would like to initiate an examination of ColorHunt. The website showcases a diverse selection of color palettes. I am interested in acquiring a comprehensive array that contains all the currently accessible palettes. Each palette inside the array will be represented by a sequence of HEX values, which will denote the colors contained within the respective palettes. As an example, the array could contain elements such as ("FF0000", "ab1234", "cd337H", "ff0066"), among others. Is it possible to attain the desired result?
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