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Alternatives to Animal Dissection in Science Classes and Zoology Charts

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At Denoyer-Geppert Science Company, we offer a variety of products to help provide assistance for students and teachers with learning preferences. If you're looking for alternatives to an animal dissection, consider the following products from frog models to biology posters.

Great American Bullfrog

You can still learn about biology without participating in a hands-on dissection. This replica of a female Rana catesbeiana provides vivid details from internal nares to the eye's nictitating membrane. With over 175 hand-numbered features labeled, students can examine the model as they learn the anatomy of the frog.

Bullfrog Junior

Scaled down from our Great American Bullfrog, our Junior Bullfrog won't swamp your budget. The model embodies the same American-made quality and ten organ systems, but with fewer numbered features and no detachable parts. Students will still be able to receive the basics of "dissecting" this frog.

Basic Biology Chart Series

Science charts enhance any learning setting and our Basic Biology Chart Series provides 20 multi-colored charts on a spring roller system. Surround your classroom with top-notch biology charts ranging from flatworms and roundworms to frog anatomy.

NEW 2001-41 Zoology Chart set of 9 posters with tripod stand  On SALE

9 Large posters 44"x36" printed on tear resistant stock, highlight the diversity of life; stressing the complementarity of form and function.  Each chart features a primary image with supplementary figures that may include dissection, reproduction, habitat, development, life cycle, environmental adaptations and much more. This set comes mounted on charthead, with a tripod stand.

Charts included in this set: Coelentrates, flatworm and round worm, clam, earthworm, crayfish, Grasshopper, honeybee, perch, frog anatomy

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