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Mary Anning life story

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Living things and their habitats, Rocks, Evolution and inheritance, Human and physical geography

A six-part, fact-filled recount of events in Mary Anning’s fascinating life story. Once pupils have read this information sheet, use the Mary Anning life story quiz to check comprehension.

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