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  • challenge question #6-humpback whales

    OHS Science Lab (
    Fri, 18 Apr 1997 11:20:48 +0000

    Oak Hall School, Gainesville, Fl

    The major group of humpback whales is first the female whales and
    their young, then the non-pregnant females and the males, and last would
    come the pregnant females.
    The females and their young go first because the females need a lot of
    food to nurse their young.The non-pregnant females and males go next
    because the males are attracted to the non-pregnant females.The pregnant
    go last because they're tired.[our pregnant teacher told us to put
    period 3:Autumn,Blair,Dr. Lane