R.J. Vial scientists at work

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Carlee Matherne, Brady Babin and Kerry Schaubhut.
Carlee Matherne, Brady Babin and Kerry Schaubhut.
The fourth graders in Krissi Brown’s class at R. J. Vial Elementary School were able to examine the inside of an owl pellet and found a variety of animal bones.

   




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