How does cyclic movement differ from migration? A. Cyclic movement is permanent and migration is temporary. B. While both include a return home, cyclic movement involves being away from home for long
periods, while migration is for short periods. C. Cyclic movement involves transhumance, while migration is more nomadic. D. Cyclic movements are short trips and involve a return to the home base, while migration is permanent.
Cyclic movements are short trips and involve a return to the home base, while migration is permanent.
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Cyclic movements are short trips and involve a return to the home base, while migration is permanent.

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12h = 55
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