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Wow, excellent! You remember Part 1 very well!

Now, let's see if you can still recall how to work with more than one table. Let's analyze the next situation:

pet (id, owner_id, name, type, year_born)

owner (id, name, year_born)

In this task, our small database collects information about pets and their owners in two separate tables.

Each pet has an id, is assigned to a specific owner, has a name, is of certain type (dog, cat, ...) and was born in a specific year.

Each owner has an id, a name and, again, was born in a specific year.


Show all pets (show the columns name, type, year_born) whose name begins with an 'M' together with their owners (the columns name, year_born).

Rename the column year_born from the table pet as pet_year_born and the column year_born from the table owner as owner_year_born.

Stuck? Here's a hint!

Use the following template to help you build your query:

FROM ... 
JOIN ... 
  ON ... 
WHERE ...;