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For a portion of Junior year next year, we're supposed to build a human skeleton out of anything we can find. So most people build them out of styrofoam or clay. Do you think building a skeleton out of twigs would be creative and/or relatively easy? Someone did a really creative one by using scrap metal and welding them together. But I have no access to welding. Does anyone have any ideas? Thanks!

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    I suggest you experiment with twigs and different kinds of glue this summer. It sounds like a good idea IF you can get the twigs to hold together.

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