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Challenge Question # 3

Michael Daugherty (daughert_m@popmail.firn.edu)
Fri, 25 Sep 1998 15:32:24 -0400

Mr. Daugherty's 4th and 5th grade class from Citrus Elementary in Ver=
Beach, Florida provided a few of the following responses to the
following question "Why aren't monarchs usually found in Texas from J=
until September?"

I think monarch butterflies aren't found in Texas because it is too h=
for them and they do not want hot weather."
-- Tereyauker Johnson, 4th Grade

I think the monarchs aren't usually found in Texas from June until
September because it is probably too hot in Texas and it is hard to f=
food and they may die easily.
-- Janessa Brown, 5th Grade

I think the monarchs aren't in Texas bicasue it is too hot and there
isn't a lot of milkweed in Texas.
-- Omar Gutierrez, 5th Grade