Technical Report

 

4-H entomology project Public Deposited

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  • Entomology is the study of insects. This 4-H project will help you learn about insects, how they live and their importance. You will also learn about other animals and plants and the earth. You will learn many things about nature that will make your life more interesting and perhaps find a career in entomology.
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