Question: A town in Germany and a town in Sweden both noticed that there was a correlation between their annual birth rates and the number of stork sightings. In years with more stork sightings, birth rates were higher and in years with fewer stork sightings, birth rates were lower. Are these data support for the theory that storks deliver babies?? Why or why not? Explain. Provide potential competing explanations for this correlation.
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