The dissection of preserved frogs is an engaging introduction to vertebrate anatomy and mature body systems. Exploring the anatomy of the frog allows discussions about adaptations and how anatomical structures are related to their functions. This activity can be performed by a range of students, from elementary school students who are just learning about body systems to college students who are studying comparative anatomy. The dissection is simple, only requiring dissecting scissors, and can be completed in 1 or 2 class periods depending on your preference.
Dimensions: L22xW14xD28 cm