Life in the slow lane

9th April 2004 at 01:00
(Photograph) - Primary pupils in Aberdeen this week have been coming face to face with stick insects, beetles, snails and fire salamanders as part of an activity week at Aberdeen University. The Natural History Centre in the zoology department is promoting understanding about animal movement and pupils have been learning by handling live animals and making puppets to take home. Photograph by GAIL BLACKWOOD

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