Deer Heart Dissection 12-17-13
Photos by John Ehlke
Olivia Orth, 13, smiles as she cuts off a piece of deer heart during the dissection lab at Badger Middle School in West Bend on Tuesday morning. The dissection was apart of a class unit lesson on the human heart. Seventh-grade science teacher Ann Prochnow cleans one of eighth deer hearts for her students to dissect at Badger Middle School in West Bend on Tuesday morning. The dissection was apart of a class unit lesson on the human heart. One of eight deer hearts to be dissected by the students in Ann Prochnow's seventh-grade science class at Badger Middle School in West Bend on Tuesday morning. The dissection was apart of a class unit lesson on the human heart. <br/><br/> Seventh-grade student Melanie Hennes, 12, right, reacts as Sara Monday, 12, cuts open a deer heart to begin their dissection at Badger Middle School in West Bend on Tuesday morning. The dissection was apart of a class unit lesson on the human heart. <br/><br/> Seventh-grade student Melanie Hennes, 12, right, smiles as Sara Monday, 12, cuts open a deer heart to begin their dissection at Badger Middle School in West Bend on Tuesday morning. The dissection was apart of a class unit lesson on the human heart. Seventh-grade student Sophia Ackers, 13, moves back as teacher Ann Prochnow, touches a deer heart to be dissected  at Badger Middle School in West Bend on Tuesday morning. The dissection was apart of a class unit lesson on the human heart. Seventh-grade student Sophia Ackers, 13, smiles as she moves closer to touching a deer heart for dissection at Badger Middle School in West Bend on Tuesday morning. The dissection was apart of a class unit lesson on the human heart.
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