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Students get up close to Exotic Bugs 

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Students at Rosa Parks Elementary School in San Francisco got a close look at some exotic bugs with the help of the Save Nature organization. Save Nature is a San Francisco based nonprofit that presents more then 800 Insect Discovery Lab programs annually in the Bay Area. The students were exhilarated by a variety of insects ranging from thorny phasmids to a giant African millipede.
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