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My, what big teeth you have...

Wyatt Blackman, Quarterway Elementary School student, dives in for a close inspection of a cougar’s sharp teeth as Steve Gordon, biologist, holds a cougar skin and head to show Blackman’s Grade 1 classmates. Gordon was at the school in December using skulls and skins to demonstrate wild animals’ physical adaptations to their environments and food sources. The show-and-tell visit was part of Science World’s program Scientists and Innovators in the Schools. - Chris Bush photo
Wyatt Blackman, Quarterway Elementary School student, dives in for a close inspection of a cougar’s sharp teeth as Steve Gordon, biologist, holds a cougar skin and head to show Blackman’s Grade 1 classmates. Gordon was at the school in December using skulls and skins to demonstrate wild animals’ physical adaptations to their environments and food sources. The show-and-tell visit was part of Science World’s program Scientists and Innovators in the Schools.
— image credit: Chris Bush photo
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