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Episode 1102: Creech’s Creature Quandary

Creech invites the CyberSquad to Tikiville to show off the amazing new bike path that has everyone riding bikes rather than driving cars. Everyone is having fun – even Hacker is joyriding on his bike! When Inez realizes the busy bike path has divided the habitats of many of Tikiville’s creatures, splitting up families and preventing animals from reaching food and water, she tells Creech the path should be shut down. But Creech doesn’t want to take away the benefits the path has created for her community. The disagreement drives a wedge between the two good friends. Can Matt, Jackie and Digit help them find a compromise? And what is that sneaky Hacker up to?!

Topics: Habitat fragmentation; maps; spatial sense



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