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How do you make a drinking straw that won’t hurt sea life when it inevitably ends up in the ocean? For Ridgefield sixth-grader Sophie Zezula, the answer was obvious — you make the straw out of ice.
Her “sNOw Straw,” a drinking straw made entirely of frozen water, recently competed in both the state and national Invention Convention.