The amazing Lichen Project!!!

The amazing Lichen Project!!!

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We wanted to study Lichens because we thought that it was cool that Lichens look like plants but aren’t considered plants. We wanted to study Lichens because we found them in a lot of places, So why not?

A thing our group found fun as well as interesting, is that we got the chance to travel all around the forest and other various eco-systems to find patches and areas containing non bias places balancing rocks with and without Lichen.

We think that lichen tends to grow on groups of rocks that are hard, but not to hard.

Sky Army is the best group ever!

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