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Being in touch with nature project

During lock down our young people at one of our homes have been busy keeping in touch with nature.

They have purchased caterpillars and large African stick insects with the aim to release the caterpillars when they become butterflies back into the wild, the young people have been heavily invested in taking care of them foraging for the leaves and plants they need for food in our local community and cleaning their tanks regular.

They have even created their own garden caterpillar too, this has been a great project for everyone in the home.

 

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