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USGS: Scavenger Hunt

This entertaining scavenger hunt from the US Geological Survey asks questions about several different topics.
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This entertaining scavenger hunt from the US Geological Survey asks questions about several different topics. What do you know about invasive species or wildlife diseases? Do research to find the answers. Do you know what is important about pollinators? There is a continent with no frogs. Which one? After you go on the scavenger hunt, there are lots of other activities to choose from.

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