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L.M. Boyd Trivia

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Q. Where do bald eagles mate?

A. In flight. Sometimes at 5,000 feet.

• Sequoia tree seeds run 90,000 to the pound.

• Q. What’s “annual monogamy”?

A. One of various patterns of mating behavior in the animal world. In this, a pair stays together for one breeding season, then finds a different partner for the next.

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