If you homeschool, you can have a stinky perch in your home to dissect. 🙂 What fun!
Gimme back that stinky perch, gimme that perch, Gimme back that stinky perch, Gimme that perch.
What if that were you laid out on that tray, what if that were they were dissecting you wouldn’t be laughing at all.
Sorry, I couldn’t resist, I have that Mcdonald’s commercial stuck in my head
I am going to have to send my boys to you and/or Melanie because there will be no dissecting going on in my house. No thanks. No way. No how. That is when I realized that I picked the wrong major (pre-vet), when I took biology and had to dissect. Blood and guts and organs are just not my thing.
lol You know there is no blood when you dissect.
Oh my gosh, that is SO disgusting. When I was in high school we had to dissect frogs and all I could do was watch from a distance. UGH!
Thank you, NO.
We have a stinky sponge, clam, starfish and shark. That is enough for me:p
Notice when you are taking pictures you don’t have to touch it LOL That is my plan too.
Yes, you don’t have to touch it when you are taking pictures. lol
I was wondering what that was when I saw the picture. The kids dissected a deer this year (with help from their dad) it was great!
A deer would have been fabulous!
I remember when we dissected the fish. We were fascinated by parts of it, I think the gills and something else, can’t remember.
The fish was a terrible specimen. It was very dry and he had a hard time cutting into it. I don’t think he even finished.
Ours was a beast to cut too. After an hour of sawing at the thing, I got some tools from the kitchen. Aside from the gills and (I think) the eyeball, it was not a roaring success.
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