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  • Challenge Question # 1

    kevin adams (bob1@knet.flemingc.on.ca)
    Wed, 2 Apr 1997 21:13:28 GMT

    During the years from 1980 - 1990, the Whooping Crane's population increased
    the most from any other decade.

    We think it has risen the most in this decade because the Whooping Crane's
    eggs (or some of their eggs) have been placed in the nests of the Greater
    Sandhill Crane's nest. These other cranes raised the babies, therefore,
    there are more cranes.
    Cory Needham, Shahzil Mohamed & Shawn Faraday, gr. 5
    Bobcaygeon Public School
    Bobcaygeon, Ontario
    44.536 N, 78.544 W