The kilier whales, also known as orcff, meke ciielting, h*v*!

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whistling sounds. Years agc, people couid nct hear
thiE
sounds but r:rw ihey,,
can by the help of modern t*nhnology. Dcctar .,!ohn, a marine scianiist, has
been listening tc these scunds f*r more
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years. F'i* i*ves listening t*
these saunds. He thinks that *th*rs iao would iike to listen, s* h* ui*rt*;1, u
ale radio station. People lvouid be able t* hear liv* s**rids *f an ar*a
called Robson Bight, under a sea. Robs*n Bight is an &r** betuve*n ffiristlsh
Columbia mainland tc Vancouver lsiand. l\ilore than 550
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tr*vel
through this area, which is on* of the world's busy killer whmles intersecti*ns.
Fgr one tirne, people can hear 40 ta 50 ra:hales commufi!*ating hctween r:ne
another. lnitially, oniy people who travels to this area w*uld b* able
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the sounds. Eventually, peapi* around th* world wculd b* abl* to tu** *ui
to ORCA-AM because Dr John, wh* heads the research t**m at Van**uver
Aquarium, is planning to put it on the aquarium's intern*t site. S*, girls *nd
boys, surf your net to see if ORCA-AM is nnl
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The text below is about bats.
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Bats are mammals and the.v are tlre onilr iv'1;g ccnc.:':'-. :':rs s(tes
among the mammals. Ail other'flying'rnamrnais ir<e any s:=.
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:; sq':rri-els
and monkeys can only pgve$ smootniy and easii;, T-ere are ii+,o kinds of
bats, fruit-eating bats .o,r insecleating bats. F;'utt-eating bats help fcr*sts
survive by scattering seeds and {ertiii4ed flolers. insect-eating bats d*str*y
many insects
lhat
are harmful.for)humans or crops. Bats hav* *r:gular wings
with wing bones as the hand and arm of a person. They hav*
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streiched
between the inner fingerbones and therr body, qmafes their sh*p* iik* a
kite. This helps them to
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Many bats fly long distances from rne regian
and
another in search of food and better climate. Bats hav* strange-iooking
faces. Bats that
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in cracks and bamboo have flat h*ads ta nelp them
craw!,'in narrow
Eaps.
Many bats are black or brown. $*nre a:"* bright y*llcw,
silver, orange, white or grey. Some athers have sp*ts and stripe* *n their
body or wings.
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