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Sally Hausken, left, talks to a group of kids from the Detroit Lakes Boys and Girls Club about the different types of insects they might encounter on a walk through Sucker Creek Preserve on Monday morning. BRIAN BASHAM/TRIBUNE

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Did you know there are 90,000 different species of insects in North America? Did you know there are 5 million species worldwide? Did you know that only 2 percent of those insects are actually considered pests?

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Those are just a couple of the fun facts Sally Hausken is teaching kids. On Monday, she took a group of kids from the Boys and Girls Club of Detroit Lakes to Sucker Creek Preserve to teach them that bugs really get a bad reputation.

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