Note: These Challenge Questions coincide with the Spring 2004 ReportsFrom: Susan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue May 11 2004 - 16:57:07 EDT
We think the monarch butterflies migrate during the night when the wind is down. Strong winds can easily blow these butterflies off course. It's cooler at night and they won't overheat. The antennas on their heads help them navigate. During the day they can regain energy by feeding on nectar for the night's journey.
Iselin Middle School/grade 7
Jill, Sadia, Cem
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