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From eggs to hatchlings

To study life cycles, students get special delivery
Seventh-graders Malcolm Kelly, left, and Aliyah Brugh will photograph the Mountain Middle School trout eggs every day so the class can document their development. The 200 eggs are in a tank in teacher Dave Farkas’ life science class. The class will use them to study the life cycle of the fish before releasing them into the Animas River in May. Malcolm is the son of Matt and Cheri Kelly, and Aliyah is the daughter of Joey Brugh and Barney Siegel.
The Five Rivers Chapter of Trout Unlimited donated the 200 rainbow trout eggs for Mountain Middle School’s seventh-grade life science class.

From eggs to hatchlings

Seventh-graders Malcolm Kelly, left, and Aliyah Brugh will photograph the Mountain Middle School trout eggs every day so the class can document their development. The 200 eggs are in a tank in teacher Dave Farkas’ life science class. The class will use them to study the life cycle of the fish before releasing them into the Animas River in May. Malcolm is the son of Matt and Cheri Kelly, and Aliyah is the daughter of Joey Brugh and Barney Siegel.
The Five Rivers Chapter of Trout Unlimited donated the 200 rainbow trout eggs for Mountain Middle School’s seventh-grade life science class.
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