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A Canadian zoo started with 16 whooping cranes and planned to hatch 20 chicks a year. A few birds were kept for breeding and the rest released into the wild. At the end of last year, a total of 136 cranes had spent some time in the zoo. If the pattern continues, how many cranes will have spent time in the zoo by the end of this year? by the end of next year?
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