Re: Whaling

From: bhje@mindspring.com
Date: Mon Apr 03 2000 - 21:06:47 EDT


-----Original Message-----
From: Dagmar Fertl <dagmar_fertl@hotmail.com>
To: bhje@mindspring.com <bhje@mindspring.com>
Cc: ask@whale.wheelock.edu <ask@whale.wheelock.edu>; pita@whale.wheelock.edu
<pita@whale.wheelock.edu>
Date: Monday, April 03, 2000 4:49 PM
Subject: Whaling

>Hi, my name is lauren sorry
>
>thank you for answering my two ?
>the other two were my sisters ? (georgia)
>on number 12 the ? is meaning this year.
>these / are not a test they are for
>my teacher, to help her on a project.
>
> lauren and georgia
>***************
>Hi Lauren and Georgia,
>
>Nice of you to help your teacher! Whale meat, of course, is a big product
>that both commercial and subsistence whaling are interested in. For the
>people doing subsistence whaling, there is important cultural signficance
to
>the hunts as well. Whale parts may be used as art. I would recommend that
>you check out a website for the International Whaling Commission and see if
>you can find a good link for what products are used. Also, perhaps trying
>'whaling' as the keyword using <www.yahoo.com> might turn up some
>interesting information as well. This is a topic I really don't have a lot
>of detail on.
>
>Hope I helped a little though.
>
>Dagmar
>
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thank you

you helped us a lot

we hope we can talk to you again

  thank you, lauren, georgia



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