Young Inventors Invade Rattler Country

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Some of the nation's top young inventors made a stop in Tallahassee.

Close for 40 high school juniors and seniors were at Florida A&M University for the Rattlers Summer Invention Camp.

The students worked in groups, and with budget of $40 they had to come up with original ideas which could become patented.

"It is really fun and it helps you learn faster, and you're more likely to become successful when you grow up," said Tallahassee student Jessica Clayton.

For all of you animal lovers, one group came up with the extendable "pooper scooper."