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                           THANK YOU ALL!

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This page was brought to you by Amber Allmann.  I am a freshman at the University of Wisconsin La Crosse where I am currently studying biology with a biomedical science concentration.  My future career goal is to become a dentist.  This website was designed as an assignment for an organismal biology class.  I hope you enjoyed it!