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Mia Ramos reacts to the tiny mud snail in the palm of her hand as Penelope McDonald holds her mud snail. Photo Jacque Estes

In school field trip provides hands-on fun and marine science information for Old Kings kindergarten students

Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2016 |

Mia Ramos reacts to the tiny mud snail in the palm of her hand as Penelope McDonald holds her mud snail. Photo Jacque Estes

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OKES kindergarten teacher Teresa Rizzo listens with her students as Whitney Lab docent, Sue Colvin show them a variety of sea creatures. Photo Jacque Estes

Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2016 |

OKES kindergarten teacher Teresa Rizzo listens with her students as Whitney Lab docent, Sue Colvin show them a variety of sea creatures. Photo Jacque Estes

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Penelope McDonald discovers horse conchs are pretty heavy, during a Whitney Lab visit to her OKES classroom. Photo Jacque Estes

Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2016 |

Penelope McDonald discovers horse conchs are pretty heavy, during a Whitney Lab visit to her OKES classroom. Photo Jacque Estes

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Jade Hreib studies a mud snail during a marine science study in her OKES classroom. Photo Jacque Estes

Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2016 |

Jade Hreib studies a mud snail during a marine science study in her OKES classroom. Photo Jacque Estes

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Trace Paffrath checks out a sea urchin. Photo Jacque Estes

Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2016 |

Trace Paffrath checks out a sea urchin. Photo Jacque Estes

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