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# Adult pelicans store fish in a deep, expandable pouch below the lower

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Re: Adult pelicans store fish in a deep, expandable pouch below the lower [#permalink]
Not very sure though, but C makes sense to me.

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Re: Adult pelicans store fish in a deep, expandable pouch below the lower [#permalink]
C makes sense to me too. “From which” is the correct idiom.
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