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From: Mrs. Howley's Class (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Feb 20 2000 - 15:33:30 EST
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Dear Journey North,
We think it is good to have a mix of whales in the breeding ground
because if you breed two different whales from two different places you
could have a stronger whale. If you just breed with your relatives you
basically get the same blood and there wouldn't be as much variety.
Also there would be more whales to pick from. If the female didn't like
the males she could also pick from the other whales from the world.
Ideas from Mrs. Howley's Fifth Grade class in Southwest Harbor, Maine
(especially Karli, Fox, and Mikey!)
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