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    [post_content] => My instinct tells me the wind is cooler
I prepare for the torrent of birds
Growing nervous, the bitter air is engulfing me
Raw snow drifts lazily to the rocky floor
A group of geese pass by
To Africa!
I cry, I fly
Over the mountainous terrain and winding streams
Never looking back. A new leaf
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What does it feel like when the place you call ‘home’ changes? In the 2nd challenge, we looked at how ice is disappearing and habitats are under threat. Rising ocean temperatures and ocean acidification are changing marine habitats for fish and altering aquatic ecosystems too.
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Instinctive Thinking

Daniel Bond

My instinct tells me the wind is cooler
I prepare for the torrent of birds
Growing nervous, the bitter air is engulfing me
Raw snow drifts lazily to the rocky floor
A group of geese pass by
To Africa!
I cry, I fly
Over the mountainous terrain and winding streams
Never looking back. A new leaf