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The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s National Ocean Service has unveiled a new online educational game called “WaterLife: Where Rivers Meet the Sea.” Developed through a partnership with Montgomery College’s Computer Gaming and Simulation program in cooperation with NOAA’s National Estuarine Research Reserve System, the web-based game provides science instruction for students in grades 4-7 through a series of challenges and animations. The game occurs inside the ecosystem of an estuary on the West Coast of the United States. Following a young girl named Valerie, players interact with Oscar the sea otter and the fictional Claminator, a geoduck clam. To
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