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More animals appearing, staged for movement

March 02, 2006 - The amazing adaptation of migration is set to be observed by Signals of Spring classrooms, as birds are poised to set sail over the next two to eight weeks. New species this season including gray wolves and caspian tern will be explored though Earth imagery. "There may be a few surprises in March as new marine animals come on board, reports Meghan Marrero, "Even in April look for the red-crowned crane over Asia to appear."

Google Maps are expected to debut shortly, as well as the long awaited sea turtle."

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