It’s International Rock Flipping Day

The 2nd Annual International Rock Flipping Day is today! It’s not too late to go outside, flip a rock, and admire the denizens underneath. Expect (depending on where you are) spiders, salamanders, scorpions, snakes, centipedes, millipedes, worms…all kinds of wonderful critters!  Don’t forget to turn the rock back over in the exact same position when you’re done.

Here’s the guidelines (those who live amidst the poisonous might want to wear gloves) and the Flickr pool.

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3 Responses to It’s International Rock Flipping Day

  1. Kate says:

    It’s getting kinda late for me. Darn it. I’ll definitely be in next year though!

  2. I didn’t get to it, either. But I am bold. I might flip a rock tomorrow!

  3. Ibonni says:

    come together in an aiailcptpon, making the theory real.a0 This is pretty much my mantra in this earlier post about the Young Scientists of the Year competition.a0a0 I would have thought such projects give a school a sense of identity and foster a bit of team

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