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Wandering Wildlife(2)

 The United States Geological Survey has documented the migratory patterns of Arctic wildlife in this interactive site. Learn where each species migrates and how climate changes can impact their survival. The methods for conducting these experiments are also explained.courtesy of
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 The United States Geological Survey has documented the migratory patterns of Arctic wildlife in this interactive site. Learn where each species migrates and how climate changes can impact their survival. The methods for conducting these experiments are also explained.

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