BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Fourth-graders from Mountain Park School learned about mammal characteristics and adaptations during an in class program titled, Mammal Mania presented by the Trailside Nature and Science Center in Mountainside. A special thanks to the Mountain Park PTO for providing the in class lessons.
Mammal Mania Came To Mountain Park School
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