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   Field Trip, by John Peel  
 
  Novel, first publication in August 1995
 
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      Ever since the Wormhole was discovered as a shortcut to the far off Gamma Quadrant. Jake Sisko has been dying to go through it. Not only is the one-of-a-kind stable Wormhole an incredible sight, but the trip through is a once-in-a-lifetime ride. Now, with a lot of urging from her students, Keiko O'Brien is leading a field trip through the Wormhole to Cetus Beta, a very safe, boring planet on the other side.

    But then a Cardassian raider shoots down their Runabout. Now Jake, Nog, T'Ara, Ashley and the other students are trapped on a planet where plants rule: they move, run, eat, and scream. With a Cardassian search party closing in, the students find the Runabout is useless and their tricorders are missing. And then suddenly, Jake and his friends come face-to-face with a new enemy, one who threatens their only hope of escape.

     
     
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