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Oak Grove students develop own lesson on cell biology - Herald & Review

Herald & Review
“I was not trained to eat with my hands,” said Lonnie Ruff, a sixth-grader at Oak Grove School, when he looked down at the sticky result. Teacher Sarah Bone said the idea for the “incredible edible cells” came from the children, as part of the student ...

Botany Bay surfers take on 'most dangerous wave in the world' in Sydney - Daily Mail

Daily Mail
Red Bull Cape Fear crowned eight winners at the inaugural event in Sydney on Sunday. The event brought in local and international 'big wave' surfers to Botany Bay in Sydney south east to what has been called 'the most dangerous wave in the world.'.
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Physiology behind the great power of skipjacks - Lahaina News

Lahaina News
The power-to-weight ratio of little tunas has a lot to do with their physiology (internal make-up). They are amazingly adapted for high-speed life in the open ocean. For starters, the skipjack has proportionately more red muscle (which is designed for ...

Tree and Wood Identification: Red Oak

Blacksburg - United States

Pictures and facts about red oak leaves and wood.

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    WMS Kids' Section: Tree and Wood Identification - Red Oak

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