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Question by rudyglove27. Uploaded on July 13, 2009
its the path that migratory animals such as ducks take every year to the north and south or south to north
Well, migration is the regular seasonal journey undertaken by many species. The specific route they take can be N to S, E to W but usually has to do with breeding, food, or seasonal weather. The routes can be really long or somewhat short. Are you asking about a specific species?
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These migration routes are generally the same year after year.
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