July 26, 2009

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I'm sure many of us remember those moments in school where the dreaded, or wonderful, (depending how you looked at it) frog surgery happened in science class. ...or was it biology? I can't remember. I was most likely just sitting in the back drawing pictures of the poor frog in my note book!
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5 comments:

Francis said...

Unfortunately, or fortunately I've never got a chance to disect anything. I probably wouldn't be able to take it.

Great post btw!

RAWLS said...

hahaha... yea, I can see you gagging when they bring out the frogs!!
Thanks man!

Kyri Kyprianou said...

We never had to do that at school. I feel a bit left out..!

RAWLS said...

Sadness!! Maybe one day I'll buy you a frog dissecting kit for Christmas!

Robin Hall said...

I was okay with dissections except for the fish, mostly because the smell of the formaldehyde was making people faint.

We dissected an earthworm, frog, fish and fetal pig. I was fine with the pig until someone in my class wanted to see what it's brains looked like. I was too horrified by the grey looking mush mass to continue working on my own piggy after that.