Animal Dreams - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11 Summary

Loyd is unable to make the trip to Whiteriver because he is called in to work; however, J. T. reveals to Codi that the purpose of the trip would have been to participate in cockfighting, which disturbs her.

Loyd is now coming to see Codi frequently. On one of his visits, he tells Codi about Jack's history. His mother was a coyote that Loyd rescued who then mated with Loyd's father's dog.

Codi takes her students to the river to collect water for examination under the microscope. They also bring small animals, insects and a fish, although that was not the purpose of the trip. They put their finds in an aquarium in their classroom. When samples of the water are put under a microscope, to Codi's surprise there is nothing in it. It is dead.

When tested for pH, the water is...

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