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    – Shirley McGurrin, Stockport
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    – St Peter's C.E Primary Ashton-Under-Lyne

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Squirrels & Trees

Squirrels accidentally plant millions of trees, as they bury their nuts and forget where they are.

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Regenerating worms

Many worms regenerate, this means to re-grow. If a worm loses part of its body because it’s cut off or caught on something, the worm can grow that part back

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A Snail has an organ called a radula, which contains thousands of teeth. The radula grows throughout the snails life.

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Spider's Lunch

Spiders can only eat liquid lunches!  To do this, they inject their prey with poison using their fangs. 

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Frog's tongues

A frog’s tongue is attached to the front of its mouth . When a frog catches an insect it throws its sticky tongue out of its mouth and wraps it around its prey.

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Snakes smell with their tongues.

Snakes smell with their tongues. When a snake sticks out its tongue it smells its surroundings. The tongue collects scents from whatever it touches.

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