Bambi - Little April shower (English)
This is a cute little song about April showers from the Disney classic Bambi.  It is a fun way to compliment the poem "April Rain Song". (03:45)
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Burmese festival cart

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Burmese festival cart

Description: Burmese festival cart.

Location: Rangoon, Burma

Date: 1907

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The following lesson is an introduction to the ideas and implications of animal tracking. Animal tracking is a useful method used within science and commercial industries. For instance, when planning the development coastal areas, animal presence and movement should be taken into consideration. The lesson engages students in an activity to monitor animal foraging behavior on a spatial scale. The students will break into groups and track each other's movements as they move through a pre-determine
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The Traction Terminal Shed was torn down in 1968. The Terminal Building was torn down in April, 1972. Blue Cross Blue Shield Health Insurance Company built on the lot. Today a hotel and parking garage occupy the site. [ca.1985],Appears in Destination Indiana 15
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Author(s): Taylor, Mary Lyon, 1872-1956

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