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translucent bands = winter
Half the normal width = mid-winter
"bands of remarkably constant width" = All the animals died around same time.

I hope my reasoning is accurate :roll:
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Agree with C
Well, was to explain it but realized it's the exact same words as aspire
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All the choices can be dispiuted. But C is probably the least disputed one here.
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yup, the OA is C. Thanks!
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