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1. Two images of squirrels at http://tqjunior.advanced.org/3882/squirrels.html from Key Photos CD, Jennifer Minkove, firstname.lastname@example.org, January, 1998. Phone conversation and Email message, and Sara Guinness,email@example.com, January, 1998. Email message.
2. Three images of capybaras at http://tqjunior.advanced.org/3882/capybaras.html from The Capybara Page http://www.rebsig.com/capybara, Linda Lombardi and Ronald Boucher, firstname.lastname@example.org, March 1998. Email message.
3. Image of beaver at http://tqjunior.advanced.org/3882/beavers.html from Key Photos CD, Jennifer Minkove, email@example.com, January, 1998. Phone conversation and Email message, and Sara Guinness,firstname.lastname@example.org, January, 1998. Email message.
4. Image of porcupine at http://tqjunior.advanced.org/3882/porcupines.html from Key Photos CD, Jennifer Minkove, email@example.com, January, 1998. Phone conversation and Email message, and Sara Guinness,firstname.lastname@example.org, January, 1998. Email message.
All of the other photos on our site were taken by us, other students in our class, or by friends and relatives. They have not been published anywhere else. We'd like to thank:
Dave Eagle (for the beaver pictures)
Our Best Friends Pet Store (for all the pictures except for the beaver, porcupines, and capybara pictures ).
Lombardi, Linda and Boucher, Ronald "The Capybara Page" <http://www.rebsig.com> (for the capybara pictures).
Caitlin Admire (guinea pig photos)
Key Photos: Sara Guiness and the Learning Company and Jennifer Minkove at Photo Disc.
Special thanks to Claris Works, Mrs. Bundy, Mrs. Wensley, and Mrs. Gilman.