In Mary Courtney's third-grade science class at Lexington's Picadome Elementary, students Emma Brown, left, Bella Marshall, Andrea Ragan, Bella Vargas and Gavin Harp admired Cornelius, a rescue guinea pig, during observation time Wednesday.
In Mary Courtney's third-grade science class at Lexington's Picadome Elementary, students Emma Brown, left, Bella Marshall, Andrea Ragan, Bella Vargas and Gavin Harp admired Cornelius, a rescue guinea pig, during observation time Wednesday. Herald-Leader
In Mary Courtney's third-grade science class at Lexington's Picadome Elementary, students Emma Brown, left, Bella Marshall, Andrea Ragan, Bella Vargas and Gavin Harp admired Cornelius, a rescue guinea pig, during observation time Wednesday. Herald-Leader

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