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Hi! I'm Ananya Denduluri. I live with my parents, my little sister, and my little brother, in Washington, United States. I love art (painting, drawing, crafting, and even things like animating or 3D art), reading, traveling, and donuts. I also love being in nature in general and enjoy hiking, biking, and swimming. I love to learn new things, and that's what I am using this blog for: to share what I learn. I love science in general, especially things people don't know a lot about, like space, or the ocean. I love to spend time with my family and go on trips with them. We love to watch movies and play board games too. 

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