Digital dissections

Someone passed along this link to me, and I think it is brilliant!

The University at Buffalo has some digital dissections on their website, labeled and unlabeled. Here is the grasshopper:

They have a variety of vertebrates and invertebrates, all very well done. Each includes internal anatomy as well. You learn the most by doing dissections yourself, but if you need a refresher (or just want to see the inside of a squid), check it out!

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Posted on March 8, 2013, in Invertebrates. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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