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Watch the video with guest scientist(s)!  

Is there a science behind how lily pads and water striders can live and move on the surface of water?
Join Emily and Addeson, bioengineers (people who uses biology to inspire tools and designs), as they investigate how some living things use surface tension. Build your own device to experiment with surface tension yourself!
Materials for model water strider:
- cardboard
- scissors
- tape
- container to fill w/water
- stopwatch
- ruler
- pen/marker and paper (to record your observations)
- coins and sponges
Recommended for middle and high schoolers

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