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Date: Thu Mar 08 2001 - 12:40:31 EST
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Our group was split half and half. Half thought the blizzard dumping a
foot of snow with temperatures below zero would be worse for the robins
because the snow could cover the food that was on the ground (berries).
Also, because the temperature is below zero, the snow could freeze and
would harden the snow so they would have less food to eat. The other
half say that the ice storm would be worse for the robins because if
they try to fly they can get hit by the hail. Their food would be under
ice and they would have trouble perching on trees, wires, and roofs.
Iselin Middle School/grade 7
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