Kamloops university students get creative with science projects

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KAMLOOPS - If you ever found yourself wondering how a zebra got its stripes or how bees communicate, check out some of the latest video projects from science students at Thompson Rivers University. 

In their first-year biology class, students were told to answer an odd science question in an entertaining way. The topics range from how root systems work, primate behaviour, ribonucleic acid, caves, bacteria and more. 

Check out some of the videos below. To see them all and vote for your favourite head on over to the university website.

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