How Much Do Caterpillars Eat in One Day?
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Young scholars observe and record the amount of milkweed that a caterpillar eats per day. They predict how much milkweed will be eaten, trace leaves onto graph paper and track the amount eaten in comparison to the growth of the caterpillar.
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