By: Hannah Joseph, Photo Editor
March 9, 2011
Every year, biology students are expected to perform the task of dissecting a frog using tools, such as blades and tweezers, provided by science teacher Herbert Kendall. Junior Martin Moreno, left, and freshmen Noah Belmont, middle, and Annaleah Madison form a group and try to successfully open the mouth of the deceased frog with small tweezers, March 9.
Kendall required each student to wear latex gloves in order to remain as sanitary as possible.
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