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January 27, 2011

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Techherding

I'm a little worried that, in the first effort, the whale seems to devolve into a large red clump. Is that blubber?

How have children in land-locked Asheville developed this image? Do you have a seafood processing plant there that handles large aquatic mammals, and they (perhaps) give tours?

Elizabeth Larsen

Great post. I love the graphing efforts of kids.

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