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From: Sue-Anne Solem (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Feb 28 2001 - 12:25:39 EST
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Robins fly higher at night so they can avoid bumping into things that they
can't see that might be in the way. They fly at a different altitude than
hawks to avoid them, because hawks might bother them as they fly, since
hawks are predators.
Zia Haw, 4th grade student, Ms. Sheer's class
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