Science station teaches first manatee skeleton lessons

More than playing with bones, the Navarre Beach Marine Science Station made another first last week as fifth graders visiting the station got hands on with a real-life manatee skeleton.

The activity is led by high school dual enrollment students, and station Director Charlene Mauro said the activity is the first time fifth graders have ever worked with a manatee skeleton like this in a classroom to her knowledge.

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