Did you disect a frog in GCSE Secondary School biology?

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mma_jd
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Just curious how many people did this. If so, what about it did you enjoy? Did you do it by yourself or in a group / help from a teacher? Tell me about your experience
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no we never did, but I think people do it in A level biology. We had to dissect a sheep's eyeball, a sheep's kidney, a locust and a chicken wing.
Our teacher showed us how to do it, then we did it ourselves in small groups. The sheep's eyeball was kinda unpleasant
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We’re goofing to dissect a heart in biology soon :ahee:
But I don’t know anything about a frog!
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We did a pig's eyeball and something's heart, but I can't remember what (just remember plucking the heart strings haha)
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