General Whale Information

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Date: Sat Oct 12 2002 - 16:45:07 EDT

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    Being an educational page we don't supply
    direct answers for research assignemnts, but we will te;ll you where the
    info is. Once a teacher, always a teacher--sorry!!

    Here are some links:
    http://whale.wheelock.edu/howtofind.html
    http://whale.wheelock.edu/Search.html
    http://whale.wheelock.edu/whalenet-stuff/classifications.html
    http://www.cetacea.org/
    http://www.omplace.com/omsites/discover/index.html
    http://www.rtis.com/nat/user/elsberry/marspec/ms_spec.html

    Take care.

    Mike

    On Sat, 12 Oct 2002 FayeValentineO2@aol.com
    wrote:

    > hello, my name is Jonelle and i am doing a project for school on whales and
    > am having trouble finding specific information. if you could help me out it
    > would be great.
    > the topics i am having trouble with are:
    > feeding behaviors of baleen and toothed whales
    > habitats of "
    > life cycles of "
    > anatomical sim.s and dif.s of "
    > food webs with organisms for each
    > maps of where different types of whales can be found
    > thank you for your time, i look forward to a speedy responce
    > ~Jonelle E. Gingrich
    >

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