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Stepping In It

Worried she may have stepped in sheep droppings, Marie Frati, 8, checks her shoes after feeding the sheep at Pheasant Fields Farm in Silverdale, Wash., recently. Pheasant Fields Farm hosts several weeklong camps every summer where kids participate in typical day-camp activities, such as crafts, games and songs, as well as farm and outdoor activities, like climbing trees, finding bugs, planting food, feeding animals and collecting eggs. (AP Photo/Kitsap Sun, Meegan M. Reid)

Question: When did you last step in animal poop?

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