Photo: Zebra Fish


March 14, 2011, midnight | By Tolu Omokehinde | 11 years, 8 months ago

Photo: On day 3, students had to use small pipettes to remove the the dead eggs and if hatched already, the empty cases. If the the dead eggs and empty cases were not removed, as they decompose, they could release toxins that may kill other eggs and hatching larvae.




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