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Dissection Guides

  • Fetal Pig Dissection Pigs are excellent and engaging specimens for studying mammalian anatomy. They exhibit hair, a muscular diaphragm, a 4-chambered heart, and mammary glands. View »
  • Frog Dissection Looking for an introductory frog dissection activity? This one requires only dissecting scissors, and you can complete it in 1–2 class periods. View »
  • Grasshopper Dissection Explore basic insect anatomy with preserved grasshoppers. This dissection requires only dissecting scissors, and you can do it in a class period. View »
  • Under the Skin—Mammalian Musculature Whether you’re teaching college-level anatomy and physiology, an advanced high school anatomy course, or a basic biology course, cat dissection is one of the best ways to help your students understand mammalian musculature. View »
  • Carolina Quick Tips: Dogfish Shark Dissection Dissecting a dogfish shark allows students to develop their dissection and observation skills, identify major external and internal features of the shark, understand form and function, and gain a better understanding of vertebrate and fish anatomy. View »
  • Next Generation Dissections Dissection can and should be part of your implementation of 3-dimensional learning. Carolina can help you make this transition with updated kits and resources. View »
  • Dissection Buying Guide Choosing the right preserved specimen for your classroom can be an overwhelming task, especially if you are new to dissection. That’s why we put together this straightforward buying guide! It includes specimen suggestions based on grade level and specimen complexity, needed dissection and safety supplies, and options for instructional materials. View »
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