01 August 2008
BY CHASE PURDY
The Post and Courier
The habitat was inhospitable and, with no food or water, 117 school children learned how to survive on their own.

Six-year-old Jacob Thomson was one of the students sent to Planet Zak as part of Daniel Island School's Camp Invention week, July 21-25.

"There were really bad storms," Thomson said. "There was food, but we had to get to the other side of the storm."

He paused, looked around the classroom and drifted back into reality. "But it's not real, you know."
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