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Sheep Heart Dissection

Posted on April 21, 2017

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Eighth graders are dissecting sheep hearts. Similar in size to the human heart, when dissected they reveal atriums, ventricles, aorta, valves, veins, and arteries. The boys are learning the relationship between form and function in the body. This year's focus in science for the eighth graders has been a microscopic to macroscopic exploration of the science of the human body.

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