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WMBB 2018: Natural Science hits the beach!

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WMBB 2018: Natural Science hits the beach!

Today A●STAR has joined forces with the Natural Science crew. All week these guys have been learning about the dangers of pollution in Australia’s waterways. It’s a depressing topic – but an uplifting experience because the focus is on finding answers to the world’s problems!

“I’m a saltwater girl so I’ve always lived by the ocean, surrounded by fishing, hunting – all that stuff,” says Year 11 Reggie from Victoria. “That influenced me in looking at doing something I love, which involves water, as a career. That’s why I chose Natural Science.”

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