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(1) Researchers at Six Flags Marine World, in California, were observing young bottlenose dolphins as they blew bubbles under water. The dolphins sometimes made bubble rings by expelling air through their blow holes. As a bubble ring rose in the water, a dolphin would bat it with a fin. Then, before the ring reached the surface, the dolphin would bite the ring to pop it. (2) The dolphins’ behavior made the scientists wonder whether dolphins could plan ahead. The scientists think that this might be true. If a dolphin’s first ring was well formed, the dolphin was more likely to make a second ring. The two rings usually combined to make a large ring that seemed even more fun to bat and bite. If the first ring was poorly formed, though, the dolphin would not bother to make another one. It was as though the dolphin were saying, “Why bother?” Which detail from paragraph 1 is most important for a summary of the paragraph? Scientists study dolphins that blow bubble rings. Six Flags Marine World is in California. Dolphins expel air through their blow holes. Researchers study bottlenose dolphins.

5 days ago
Allison:

What's the question? ._. @pandas

5 days ago
pandas:

:( I just got a 76% on that test...

5 days ago
Allison:

Still passing?

5 days ago
pandas:

I have an 84%... which is bad.

5 days ago
pandas:

@Allison

5 days ago
Allison:

84% isn't bad.

5 days ago
pandas:

to my mom, yes.

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