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Crawling creatures

 

Northborough – First-graders Ava Wilde and Ian Donovan get a close-up look at a live millipede during a presentation of “Living Lessons with Crawling Creatures,” conducted at Peaslee Elementary School. Maire Ann Diamond and Andrea Kozol of Sudbury-based Bugworks also brought beetles and praying mantises to each kindergarten and first-grade classroom. The enrichment program was sponsored by the Peaslee School Parent Teacher Organization.

Photo/Ed Karvoski Jr.

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