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  • challenge question #1

    Thu, 13 Feb 1997 15:22:07 -0600

    I think humpback whales don't eat during the winter in the Caribbean
    waters because the temperature of the water might be too cold or too
    warm for the types of fish and krill the humpbacks eat. So therefore,
    they live off fat, or blubber. JUSTIN MOORE