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Matthew McCowan 22h
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RobotLAB 2h
Yesterday was Smart Friday with RobotLAB! check these 20 fun facts about Bones and Joints!🍖
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3B Scientific Apr 18
City streets, pulleys, spinning tops, a ray fish, just a few of the many images used by 16th century Andreas Vesalius to explain the workings of the
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POB Discovery Lab Apr 12
Mrs. Jansky and her during today’s all about the !
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Miss Steedman Apr 15
We have been learning about the Urinary System
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World News Network Apr 19
: Bone thought to be lost to evolution mysteriously returning to human body KneeBone
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Medicus Apr 19
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Nutrova Apr 18
That’s right, your liver is incredibly powerful. Performing vital functions in the body (as seen in our previous post), It’s incredibly important too. So love your liver, and take care of it 😊 . . . . . . .
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Portlethen School Apr 17
P6 would like to share an amazing fact about our bodies.
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Portlethen School Apr 17
P6 have been learning about the main organs of our body.
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SimpleeKare Apr 17
The human brain is the command center for the human nervous system. Know the functions of brain.
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Rosangela Di Nardo Apr 16
Using our BRAINS to learn more about the human body today in science class🧠
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Renaissance Charter School at Boggy Creek Apr 16
3rd grade Science The human body and its organs
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Donet Collazo Apr 14
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Vicki Taylor Apr 14
Human Body Facts: As well as being one of the strongest muscles in the human body, the tongue has another interesting quality. Just like unique fingerprints, humans also possess a unique tongue print.
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Perth Observatory Apr 13
From : Everything 's Study Reveals About How Living In Changes The
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Vojtěch Gybas  Apr 13
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POB Discovery Lab Apr 12
Mrs. Luft and her had a blast learning about the during today’s trip to the !
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POB Discovery Lab Apr 12
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AmericasBest Apr 12
Did You know? The only part of the body that has no blood supply is the cornea of the eye.
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