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post Jul 4 2005, 01:51 AM
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So, here are a couple pictures of the airplane we took from Inuvik to Yellowknife. Inuvik is a community of about 3,000 and Yellowknife has a population of 20,000. As you can see the airplanes look a little different and have something different in the front. Can you figure out what that front part is, and why airplanes traveling to the Arctic would have them?????

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post Jul 5 2005, 09:18 PM
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I know, I know....but I'll wait to see if anyone else knows the answer smile.gif They use these same planes to travel around to rural Alaska.
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