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The Fish Olympics

The Fish Olympics You're the judge for the Fish Olympics! Click on an event (camouflage, strength, eating, and speed) then click on one of the four fish photos to read information about each one. Choose the fish you think is the winner, then find out who won the gold! Click on "skip the games" for a
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The Fish Olympics


You're the judge for the Fish Olympics! Click on an event (camouflage, strength, eating, and speed) then click on one of the four fish photos to read information about each one. Choose the fish you think is the winner, then find out who won the gold! Click on "skip the games" for a summary, lists of books, magazines, clubs, and sites.

Liverpool Museum

• Learning Games • Pictures and/or Illustrations


• Middle School Elementary School

Jody Pelzel

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