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The Porcupine Caribou
The seasonal migration of the Porcupine Caribou is riddled with natural and man-made pitfalls. Follow the herd and find out what threatens the animals' survival! Over the seasons, the Porcupine Caribou range through a territory that covers some 250 000 square kilometres in order to feed and reproduce. If they fail to reach their breeding ground in time, their population may fall into decline. Natural factors and human intervention can affect this large herd and threaten the animals' survival. Experiment with this simplified model to see if they would survive.
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