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Investigate a Spider Web

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Spider webs can be found just about everywhere. You can learn a lot about a spider by the type of the web that it weaves.

The threads of a spider web a very, very thin. And sometime they are really hard to see. With this experiment you have a way to look at a spider web closely.

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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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Part of Science Kit: Little Labs: Animals
Class: Animals
Category: Animals/Zoology
Created by: Biology Teacher
Added: February 20, 2009
| Number of views: 8085
| Number of times started: 290
| Number of ratings: 15
| Average rating: (3.20)

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