Biology dissects frogs

Biology dissects frogs

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Freshman Mark Pimentel begins dissecting his group’s frog as a part of the annual biology frog dissection lab, May 3.

Mark Pimentel, 21, dissects a frog during second period biology for the classes’ weekly lab, May 3. Each week the class utilizes block period days to do labs.

Biology dissects pond frogs as a part of their current unit where they have been studying different classifications and characteristics of animals.

Dr. Karen Walters, biology teacher, assigns this dissection to allow students to see the parts of a frog they have been studying. Through this lab Walters teaches her class the similarities between animals’ internal parts and humans’.  

Students have to locate parts of the frog including, heart, lungs, liver, tongue and brain.

The class also dissected squids earlier this year.

Do you remember doing this lab? Let us know is the comments down below!

Slideshow below includes images from second period biology’s frog dissection lab.

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From behind the lens, photojournalist Kaylie Clem, ‘19, broadens her entire worldview as she creatively captures transformative images. Timidly moving through her first experiences as a photographer, Clem discovered a true passion and confidence in her ability to document emotions, events and news through strategic imagery. Continuing on The Feather team this year allows her to develop stronger dynamic writing to accompany her photographs. After high school, Clem plans on attending a private Christian university, majoring in teacher education and minoring in photography. Volunteering as a mentor to junior highers through Sister-to-Sister program and as a Calvin Crest counselor, Clem enjoys encouraging her younger peers.

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  1. Kyle Clem
    Kyle Clem May 22, 2018 at 9:00 am - Reply

    Great post! I loved doing this lab.

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