Note: These Challenge Questions coincide with the Spring 2001 Reports
Date: Thu Apr 12 2001 - 16:51:49 EDT
Challenge Question #21
Here is the answer to Challenge Question # 21 from Mrs. Dempsey's Second
2000/2001 29,770,000 monarchs per hectare
There were the most monarchs in 1996/97.
There were the fewest in 2000/2001
This year's butterflies have decreased compared to every other year sine
We are wondering if more monarchs die on the trip to Mexico and then
They might have increased (from 1994-97) because there was more food.
Wow! The teacher and the children learned a lot about large numbers
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