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Diss
13-05-2005, 08:03:58
http://www.local6.com/news/4480144/detail.html

I love Utah.

Oerdin
13-05-2005, 08:24:44
If the dog was sediated enough then it didn't feel a thing, however, it was probably above the average high school level and should be left for college or medical school. I know in my high school we disected live frogs which had been sediated to the point they were just gone to the world.

Diss
13-05-2005, 08:29:37
yeah it must be great seeing your own guts spilled out in front of you.

Gary
13-05-2005, 08:36:23
With Diss on this one. None to keen on dissecting live frogs either. Just doesn't seem right at a basic level somehow.

mr.G
13-05-2005, 08:38:34
no guts no glory

Beta1
13-05-2005, 09:26:27
in a school? thats a bit OTT

MDA
13-05-2005, 13:06:27
Kind of unecessary for high school kids to see how the digestive system works that up-close. Med or Vet students, sure.

Gary
13-05-2005, 13:49:58
Surely you can get that sort of insight from a dead animal ? Why does it need to be live and pulsating ?

The Mad Monk
13-05-2005, 15:52:28
Surely you can get that kind of insight from a medical training film.

protein
13-05-2005, 16:00:59
maybe they filmed it.

HelloKitty
13-05-2005, 16:46:47
Thats just stupid. The earliest they need a complex physio and anatomy is sophmore year of college, and for something functional like that senior undergad minimum.

Nills Lagerbaak
13-05-2005, 16:49:22
Oh who cares about the stupid dog, finally they get their just deserts for hunting all those poor foxes :)

Funko
13-05-2005, 16:50:30
A cat wouldn't be stupid enough to let itself be disected.

Nills Lagerbaak
13-05-2005, 16:51:40
Yeah I know. They probably threw the dog a scalpal and it dissected itself.

King_Ghidra
13-05-2005, 17:11:44
i'm waiting til the 'dogs dissect live mormon' thread

Provost Harrison
14-05-2005, 18:07:11
Dissecting dogs? Couldn't he just have stuck to rats? If this was a class of schoolchildren who have pets then I would expect this to be very distressing to a lot of them despite the biological fascination...