On Monday, the Hawks and Raccoons got together to do some science and math study. The Raccoons have been in the middle of a plant identification unit, so one of the tasks they were set was to identify the differences between different plants. Each Raccoon was paired with a Hawk, and they took their rulers and their notebooks into the garden. Equipped with a sage leaf and a lamb's ear leaf, the pairs measured length and width (in centimeters), and recorded other observations they were able to make. At the end, the group came back together and combined their data into a scatter plot.