AMERICUS — These seventh-grade life science students at Southland Academy have studied bacteria, protists, and fungi. Many of these organisms are harmful and can make humans sick; but, surprisingly, many of them are actually beneficial to humans or orther organisms. Each person in the class researched benefits of these and displayed them on a poster. Shown with their posters are, back row from left: Tyler Harrell and Louise Quillope, and front row from left: Alex Hooks and Morgan Jones.
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