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Alexandrea Grun (left), Jerzey Rupiper (center) and Gracie Krubsack, study a skull that they dissected out of an owl pellet to decide it if it is a rodent or a mole, and if it is a producer, or consumer, in Becky Noel’s fifth-grade science class Friday at Marinette Middle School.
EagleHerald/Rick Gebhard
Alexandrea Grun (left), Jerzey Rupiper (center) and Gracie Krubsack, study a skull that they dissected out of an owl pellet to decide it if it is a rodent or a mole, and if it is a producer, or consumer, in Becky Noel’s fifth-grade science class Friday at Marinette Middle School.

Alexandrea Grun (left), Jerzey Rupiper (center) and Gracie Krubsack, study a skull that they dissected out of an owl pellet to decide it if it is a rodent or a mole, and if it is a producer, or consumer, in Becky Noel’s fifth-grade science class Friday at Marinette Middle School.