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A geometric container for insects. Each triangle is a "cell" for the insects, The large, square based pyramid is a base for the cells, which are to be attached via Velcro. The "empty" sides of the tetrahedron cells are to be covered with Plexiglas, so the insects can still be observed, yet they are secure. In the center of the base pyramid, there is a hole so the pyramid can remain secure on a pole or some equivalent. The base can be spun, with the cells attached, as to simulate gravity within the cells.
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