Wetland Watchers science night at New Sarpy

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A pair of New Sarpy students enjoy Wetland Watchers superstar Amadeus the 100 pound African Spur thigh tortoise.
A pair of New Sarpy students enjoy Wetland Watchers superstar Amadeus the 100 pound African Spur thigh tortoise.
Harry Hurst Wetland Watcher students and Motiva employees facilitated activities and presented animals to over 300 people at Motiva Science Night at New Sarpy Elementary.

School officials said many of the visitors commented on how professional and knowledgeable the students were during their presentations.




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