Wouldn't "BUT" mean a kind of an opposite?
"The dog is old, but it is pretty". Meaning, for his age he should be ugly, BUT he isn't. Just the tone of "BUT" in the exercise sentence sounds a bit off.
That woman is pretty AND young.
The 'BUT' there sounds like being pretty is the opposite of young.
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