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Learning about the Rainforests Inspires Vintage Hills Students to Help Save Them

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Posted: Friday, December 13, 2013 12:00 am | Updated: 12:04 pm, Fri Dec 13, 2013.

The students in room 28 found one rainforest plant particularly riveting.

"The pitcher plant has an attractive smell that attracts insects," said Ella. "The insects go in and slip down, then the plant eats them."

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    [Livermore Journal, Friday April 4, 1924] [Contributed to The Independent by Jeff Kaskey] Science is the ruler of the Universe and neither secret potions mixed by man nor the electrical charges sent off Into space by 'rainmakers' have a whit to do with the coaxing of the elusive raindrop from the heavens, asserted Father Ricard, 'Padre of the Rains,' in giving his weather predictions for the month of April.

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