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: When we were walking around Cambridge Sumana mentioned a story she'd read in school as a kid, which (as she discovered tonight) turned out to be a kids' adaptation of this story: Turtle Eggs for Agassiz, published in 1910. The madcap adventure of a man trying to get some fresh turtle eggs to Louis Agassiz's house for dissection. Definitely worth reading.


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