Why do we dissect frogs?



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    Frogs are dissected so that students can familiarize themselves with the external and internal structures of frogs, amphibians and animals in general.  Through dissection, students are able to practically learn body systems and different oganization found within animals.  Practical learning is incredibly beneficial when used along side other forms of learning – simply reading about how bodies are organized won’t stick as much as some supplementary experiments.

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