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  • Challenge question #1

    Regis Sloan (
    Fri, 28 Feb 1997 13:37:15 +0000

    The reason humpback whales don't eat during the winter in the Caribbean
    waters is because they eat a lot of food up in the Arctic and build up
    body fat. When they come to the Caribbean they mate and have their
    babies. Then they go back to the arctic to get more food.