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Playing more than just shell games

This young northern red-bellied cooter is spending the winter in a tank at Hingham High School. This young northern red-bellied cooter is spending the winter in a tank at Hingham High School. (Molly A.K. Connors for The Boston Globe)
By Molly A.K. Connors
Globe Correspondent / March 14, 2010

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They don’t have the height of the Celtics they’re named for, but Garnett, Pierce, and Allen — who live in a 30-gallon plastic tub at Hingham High School — share those athletes’ fierce determination, and by the end of the year, they, too, will be a lot bigger than most in their age group. (Full article: 964 words)

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