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Date: Sun May 20 2001 - 22:26:24 EDT
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My answer to the challenge question is, the calves would weigh around 3,600
lbs by the time they are two months old and begin the migration route
north.They continue to nurse and grow during the swim north.
The calves weight is important because they need to build up their blubber
for warmth and energy on the cold trip north.
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