Bob Bender, curator of Lowcountry Estuarium, speaks Saturday to a group of students from the Clafton University Upward Bound Math and Science summer enrichment program about the life cycle of white shrimp. The group gathered near the floating dock at the Dockside Restaurant in Port Royal.
Bob Bender, curator of Lowcountry Estuarium, speaks Saturday to a group of students from the Clafton University Upward Bound Math and Science summer enrichment program about the life cycle of white shrimp. The group gathered near the floating dock at the Dockside Restaurant in Port Royal. Staff photo
Bob Bender, curator of Lowcountry Estuarium, speaks Saturday to a group of students from the Clafton University Upward Bound Math and Science summer enrichment program about the life cycle of white shrimp. The group gathered near the floating dock at the Dockside Restaurant in Port Royal. Staff photo

PHOTO: Upward Bound students learn nature's lessons

June 22, 2013 06:33 PM

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