Kindergartners from Saint Rose of Lima in Miami Shores went on a special field trip in 2010 to the Crandon Park Marjory Stoneman Douglas Biscayne Nature Center. The children, along with their teachers, parent chaperones and naturalists from the nature center, explored the seagrass beds using nets and found a variety of sea life. Sebastian Jenkins-St. Prix, 6, is slightly grossed-out by the slimy Sea Hare, (scientific name, Aplysia) he found in his net.
Kindergartners from Saint Rose of Lima in Miami Shores went on a special field trip in 2010 to the Crandon Park Marjory Stoneman Douglas Biscayne Nature Center. The children, along with their teachers, parent chaperones and naturalists from the nature center, explored the seagrass beds using nets and found a variety of sea life. Sebastian Jenkins-St. Prix, 6, is slightly grossed-out by the slimy Sea Hare, (scientific name, Aplysia) he found in his net. EMILY MICHOT Miami Herald File
Kindergartners from Saint Rose of Lima in Miami Shores went on a special field trip in 2010 to the Crandon Park Marjory Stoneman Douglas Biscayne Nature Center. The children, along with their teachers, parent chaperones and naturalists from the nature center, explored the seagrass beds using nets and found a variety of sea life. Sebastian Jenkins-St. Prix, 6, is slightly grossed-out by the slimy Sea Hare, (scientific name, Aplysia) he found in his net. EMILY MICHOT Miami Herald File

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