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Who Says Science Has to be Boring?

Kosciuszko, Owl Pellets

Who says science has to be boring?

At Kosciuszko School, fifth grade students in Ms. Janusiak's class read the book Poppy. In the book, there are references to owl pellets.

What is an owl pellet?  Is it owl dung? No, an owl pellet is a ball of bones, fur, scales, and feathers of animals the owl eats which it cannot digest. This ball is then regurgitated in the form of a pellet. The fifth grade students completed an online dissection of an owl pellet, and then were given the real thing!

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