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Posted on 19 May, 2016 in Students

Crocodile Studies

Crocodile Studies

This term, Stage 1 Biology students are studying anatomy and physiology, with a focus on comparison between structure and functions of different organisms. The students had a rare opportunity to cut open a crocodile and study its internal organs. The dissection brought some reality and excitement to the circulatory system and gas exchange topics of the comparative anatomy and physiology unit.

Article by Linda Sinclair (Pre-Service Teacher- Stage 1 Biology)

Crocodile Studies

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