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You have probably seen it before. Usually you come out in the morning when there is still dew on the ground you see the silvery light trails on the ground. What kind of slime is that?

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Subject: Animals

Description: Can you identify an animal by its footprint? How many animals are in your backyard? Can you hear an earthworm? Where do birds sleep? Learn about anima (more)

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Subject: Little Labs: Animals

Description: Learn about animals in your backyard and parks by investigating their natural habitats and tracks. 16-page color guidebook.

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Experiment Statistics

Part of Science Kit: Little Labs: Animals
Class: Animals
Category: Animals/Zoology
Created by: Biology Teacher
Added: February 16, 2009
| Number of views: 7096
| Number of times started: 219
| Number of ratings: 7
| Average rating: (4.43)

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