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Brian Korthals/Daily Globe Prairie Ecology Bus educator Clay Steele (right) allows children to examine a skunk pelt and skull bones during Thursday morning's family activity in Worthington. The event involved the University of Minnesota Extension office, Nobles County Integration Collaborative and Early Childhood Family Education.

Kids get skunked

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Kids get skunked

Prairie Ecology Bus educator Clay Steele (right) allows children to examine a skunk pelt and skull bones during Thursday morning's family activity in Worthington. The event involved the University of Minnesota Extension office, Nobles County Integration Collaborative and Early Childhood Family Education.

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