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Bat Man Aaleeya D. 7 Colorado
Butterflys Aaleeya D. 7 Colorado
insects aaron a. 8 Texas
Coyote Tricks Aderinola A. 9 Michigan
Aliens Ahana D. 11 India
Pasta Parallels Alina N. 10 California
BOOKS Ally G. 8 Florida
Do sharks eat people? Amanda D. 9 Indiana
Its all about sharks! Amanda D. 9 Indiana
Investigating Bugs Amber C. 15 Kentucky
Snaks Amber S. 9 Colorado
Make your own lightning! Amina S. 13 Michigan
Coke Bottle Greenhouse Anastasia M. 7 Illinois
Clouds Andy V. 10 California
Interesting Experiment. Anel T. 10 Canada
Turtle Anthony S. 11 Kentucky
Unicellular and multicellular Araceli M. 13 Mexico
reptiles ashanti j. 10 Idaho
Recycling Old Garbage Ashley P. 7 Illinois
Bugs Ashley J. 8 Texas
Effect of smoking Barhoom N. 14 California
Turtle Bob S. 11 Kentucky
Bats night fliers of the world Brandon M. 10 Colorado
Hungry cephalopod Brenna K. 11 Colorado
The many kinds of dogs Brennan K. 9 Iowa

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