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    Carina Stack, left, and Pear Capuchino, both 7 of Portand, look at walrus skulls on display during Earth Science Day events on Tuesday at the Maine State Museum in Augusta.

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    Nick Rackliff, left, Levi Austin, Nick Overton and Luke Doscinski, all fourth-graders from Cape Cod Hill School in New Sharon, watch a demonstration about ground water during Earth Science Day events on Tuesday at the Maine State Museum in Augusta.

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    Carina Stack, 7, of Portland, left, watches as Registrar & Curator of Zoology Paula Work talks to Pear Capuchino, 7, of Portand, about how far she can put her hand into an elephant tusk during Earth Science Day events on Tuesday at the Maine State Museum in Augusta.

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    Dressed as Dr. Lightning, John Jensenius, a meteorologist with National Weather Service in Gray, talks about lightning safety to a group during Earth Science Day events on Tuesday at the Maine State Museum in Augusta.

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