The 8th grade students dissected a frog in science class on Monday, May 20, 2019. It was a very exciting experience for all. One of the best ways to learn about adult amphibian anatomy is to dissect a preserved frog and see how all the organs fit together inside its body. The students were able to remove the heart, gall bladder, liver, pancreas, stomach, small intestine, fat bodies, and eggs if the frog was female. Many thought the best part was when they opened the stomach and saw a bug that was still whole. This is a result of frogs eating their prey whole. The students felt this was a hands-on experience that they will carry with them into their high school education.