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  • Challenge Question #10

    Kris Shelton (kshelton@mcn.org)
    Tue, 15 Apr 1997 16:55:56 +0000

    My name is Orion Talbert and I am from Latonville Middle School,
    California. I think the answer to challenge question #10 is the reason
    that the first Monarch butterfly sightings were in the south and the
    south-west is because the very first Monarchs took that migration path
    because of vegatation and there host food on that path and there is a
    hotter climate. there might be less preditors too. then all of the
    butterflys after that follow there ansestors path.:)