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  • Challenge Question #1

    Nancy Heilman (
    Tue, 11 Feb 1997 13:10:07 -0500

    Challenge Question #1-
    "Why don't humpback whales eat during the winter in Caribbean waters?"

    Humpback Whales don't eat during the winters in the Carribbean waters
    because they go there specifically to reproduce. They go to the colder waters
    to find food and only go to the warmer waters to give birth during the
    reproducing season whcih happens to be winter.

    Ashley Hawkins
    Ms. Heilman's 7th Grade
    Gifted Class