Lesson 4: Applying Construction to Insects and Arachnids

7:54 PM, Friday October 27th 2023

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7:29 PM, Thursday March 21st 2024

Hello wuat! Her'es your critique if you have any questions please ask! Grats and good luck on lesson 5!

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10:15 AM, Friday March 22nd 2024

Thank you for the critique. I will write down some of the points you mentioned because I will probably forget otherwise.

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