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FETCH: Link-o-Vision

Play this game that asks users to find common characteristics between two animals.
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Play this game that asks users to find common characteristics between two animals. On a virtual game board are animals and characteristics. By clicking on the television screens, change the links between the animals and characteristics until the links are correct. If they are, congratulations are in order. If incorrect, there are more chances to find the right links. Full of interesting facts about animals that can be used in the game.

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