Representative from Bean Life Science Museum Visits Brockbank Fourth Grade

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Friday, Jan. 29, Sterling Randle, a representative from Bean Life Science Museum came to Brockbank to teach the fourth graders about science. He talked about common plants and animals in three major Utah ecosystems, forests, deserts, and wetlands, and how plants and animals have adapted to their environment in these ecosystems. He also talked about how to help conserve these environments. Mr. Randle brought an albino toad, a tarantula, and a snake for the students to see up close. It was very interesting and the students enjoyed it.