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  • Challenge Question 1

    West Central Academy Journey North (WCAJN@WESTCENTRAL.MPLS.K12.MN.US)
    Tue, 11 Feb 1997 8:30:51 +600

    We think that humpback whales do not eat during their stay in the
    Caribbean because:
    1. they use their fat (blubber) for food
    2. the water is too hot to catch their food
    3. they can't find any food
    4. they are busy caring for their young or they are mating

    Room 216
    West Central Academy
    Minneapolis, Mn
    Audrey Appelsies, teacher