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1  spilled guts - my very first post ever! in CHALLENGE 3 ENTRIES by rna on: June 30, 2005 10:37:57 PM
so i finally decided to stop lurking!

When we would go camping as kids, we'd always get my uncle to cut the stomach up of the fish we caught so we could check out what they had eaten.

Just trying to relive some of those childhood memories with out having to get my hands dirty! (no wonder i'm vegetarian now!)

so... it's not quite a diorama in the traditional sense, but it's certainly transportable on the back of a school bus!






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