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  1. horse12 says:

    That’s a lot of kids!

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  2. RangerAngelyna says:

    I like Avery,Sophia and Jovanna

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  3. hbhdbkjjjnm says:

    there”s a lot of kids !!!

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    12seaturtles Reply:

    YES! There is.

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  4. blobithina says:

    All of these kids are amazing

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  5. drona says:

    Dear Earth Rangers,
    I have already raised one hundred dollars for the pine marten.
    Doesn’t that mean that I get all of the rewards up to that?
    Or is it because my goal is five hundred dollars, do i have to wait
    until I raise five hundred dollars?

    Sincerely
    Earth Ranger Drona.

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    Earth Rangers Reply:

    Dear Ranger Drona,

    Amazing job on all your hard work!!! You rock!

    You are correct though; rewards packages are not sent until the Ranger’s Campaign has ended. Once you reach your Campaign end date any rewards you have earned will begin to be processed and sent your way!

    I hope this helps!

    Have a super-earth-saving weekend!

    From,
    Earth Ranger Liz.

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  6. drona says:

    Thank you that helps a lot!!!
    Earth Ranger Drona.

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  7. 16124010 says:

    your welcome earthrang rdrona

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  8. CaitlinHoffert says:

    So many kids

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  9. Robbi325 says:

    Some super earth Rangers

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  10. dogwinner123 says:

    dear earth rangers im loving this game so far can you do one were you can save puppy dogs? well some of the breeds are in danger i geuss i just love dos so can you please please please do one

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    CassieLovesDonuts14 Reply:

    Dogs aren’t in danger

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