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Date: Fri Mar 02 2001 - 13:09:47 EST
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Robins might fly at a different altitude than the hawks because the
hawks might hurt or kill the Robins. They probably fly higher at night
than at day because they need more light from the moon. During the day,
there's sunlight everywhere. They fly lower because it's hotter up high
closer to the sun.
Iselin Middle School/7th grade
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