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Tuesday, June 10

  1. page Homework edited ... Reading Soc. Stud. Science Math Spanish Other Mon. 6/9 ... Read for 20+ min. per d…
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    SAB 319
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    SAB 321 #18-21
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Monday, June 9

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    Reading
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    SAB
    298-299
    8-7 BOTH SIDES
    Honors Choir tomorrow at 8:00 a.m.
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    Wed. 6/11
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Sunday, June 8

  1. page LAG5 research page edited ... What information about my topic can be found there? email http://www.kidrex.org/ Category…
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    Category 2-‍Question 2- what do the
    great white Sharks baby s do?
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    http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/msl/multimedia/images/
    http://worldbookonline.com/student/home
    http://galenet.galegroup.com/servlet/KidsInfoBits?vrsn=127&locID=lom_accessmich&failover=0&sgcmd=MAIN&srchtp=basic&c=1&sub=%2522Robots%2522&ste=33&tbst=tbasic&tab=1&txb=Robots&docNum=BX3201117849&bConts=39
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  3. page GMM3 Research edited ... When it comes to defending itself from man, the kangaroo's primary recourse is to hop away. A …
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    When it comes to defending itself from man, the kangaroo's primary recourse is to hop away. A kangaroo can maintain a steady speed over very long distances, easily outrunning other predators. A comfortable hopping speed for red kangaroos is 19 kilometres per hour (12 miles per hour), and they can maintain this speed for hours, stopping for brief rests. They can have short bursts of speed of between 55 and 70 kph (35-44mph).
    Kangaroos can also escape danger by jumping high and long. In full flight, a single jump can be up to 8 metres (29 feet) long, and 1.8m (6 feet) in height.
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    with their tail.tail.a langaroo can kick its tail so hard it can kill a predador.
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    The sound made by a kangaroo can best be described as a sort of gentle clucking, but not like a chicken - more of a soft tut-tut sound. When more aggressive, the noise increases to a louder grunting, and occasional hissing. Some people have reported territorial growling.
    Of course, the thumping of a kangaroo in full flight is a distinctive sound as well. Its strong, heavy hind legs make a distinct "thud" as it moves through bushland.
    kangaroos make noise it souds kike kluck kluck. and some kangaroos have a more aggresive sound such as hissing. the noise gets louder and it turns into a grunt and so then they start grunting.
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  4. page GMM3 Research edited ... When it comes to defending itself from man, the kangaroo's primary recourse is to hop away. A …
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    When it comes to defending itself from man, the kangaroo's primary recourse is to hop away. A kangaroo can maintain a steady speed over very long distances, easily outrunning other predators. A comfortable hopping speed for red kangaroos is 19 kilometres per hour (12 miles per hour), and they can maintain this speed for hours, stopping for brief rests. They can have short bursts of speed of between 55 and 70 kph (35-44mph).
    Kangaroos can also escape danger by jumping high and long. In full flight, a single jump can be up to 8 metres (29 feet) long, and 1.8m (6 feet) in height.
    kangaroos depend on their speed to escape from their predetars. when kangaroos get threatend by other animals they will use their front claws they also balance on their tales to get a strong high kick with their powerfull hind legs and their hind legs also have sharp claws to get the other animals.kangaroos have big powerfull big powerfulll tails and hind legs.and a kangaroos can defend themselves with their tail.
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Saturday, June 7

  1. page GMM3 Research edited ... While they tend to live in mobs, the kangaroo usually forages for his food alone. Each animal …
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    While they tend to live in mobs, the kangaroo usually forages for his food alone. Each animal collects enough for himself and is not expected to take food back to the mob. In Australia, there are many wild places where the kangaroo can look for food in peace and there is no lack of vegetation for everyone.
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    in order to get food kangaroos graze the great majority of the kangaroos species gaze they most commonly gaze on grass in themorning and night kangaroos live in places where there is lots of vegitation like grass,and plants.
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  2. page ln1 research edited ... http://jimmastro.com/fun-stuff/adventures/dolphin-language/ http://www.dauphinlibre.be/langue…
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    http://jimmastro.com/fun-stuff/adventures/dolphin-language/
    http://www.dauphinlibre.be/langue2.htm
    http://www.dolphinworld.de/delphine/sprache.php
    5 Question- wat color are dolphins
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  3. page ln1 research edited ... http://www.realclearscience.com/blog/2012/03/why-do-dolphins-save-humans.html http://www.dolp…
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    http://www.realclearscience.com/blog/2012/03/why-do-dolphins-save-humans.html
    http://www.dolphins-world.com/how-do-dolphins-help-people/
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    do dolphins speak?speak(comunication)?
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  4. page ln1 research edited ... http://www.kidrex.org/results/?q=Were+do+dolfins+live&cof=FORID%3A10&ie=UTF-8&safe…
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    http://www.kidrex.org/results/?q=Were+do+dolfins+live&cof=FORID%3A10&ie=UTF-8&safe=high&cx=005531940451544459472%3A_wxzudlmale&sa.x=-416&sa.y=-307
    http://www.buzzle.com/articles/dolphin-habitat-where-do-dolphins-live.html
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    dolphins eating ?(favorite food)?
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    dolphins eat fish and grabs.
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