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Maxwell Hinton, ’22, (left) and Kamdon Marquez, ’22, (right) participate in biology’s squid dissection, March 7.

Freshman Maxwell Hinton (pictured left) and Kamdon Marquez (pictured right) dissect squids in Dr. Karen Walters’ second-period biology class, March 7.

Walters gave each student a packet with instructions on what to look for within the squid. Every student was required to answer questions within the packet as a part of the assignment. In addition, the goal of this dissection was to teach students about different types of ‘soft-bodied’ creatures.

Hinton, ‘22, uses biology as a way to learn about science from a Christian perspective.

“My favorite part of participating in this dissection was removing the guts from the mantle,” Hinton said. “Through this dissection, I learned that a squid has a pen that adds rigidity. I had not previously known this. Furthermore, biology is helping me to learn about life and change from a teacher with a Christian worldview.”

Biology will be continuing their Animal Kingdom unit throughout the next few weeks.

To learn more about biology at Fresno Christian visit, Turtle dissection by Paige Provost.

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