I think it would be harder to learn about the inner workings of a frog if we were to use humans instead.
Like Da Vinci did. Just make sure that they're dead first, and that you're not the person who killed them.
Yup ur right pair up with your lab partners and take turns
This will not end well.
I'll be sure to use yours in bio next time.
Both are helpful in the sciences
I both disagree and agree with this. I've never dissected a frog, but it would be great for learning. Same with the human (like when they donate their bodies to science) because I've seen one be dissected. The smell was horrible, but it was a great learning experience. (I took Anatomy last year for my junior year of high school. It was a field trip type thing.)
I doubt it's either inexpensive or practical to have a giant fucking body (taking up two desks, no less) for each student to practice on. Not only does it take too much time to dissect something that large, but it's simply inefficient; it's a big waste for such a small lesson such as seeing the body organs in proportion and position to each other.
I don't think you were serious but I totally agree. Frogs can't volunteer, but humans can donate their bodies, like how you can get on your license to donate your organs when you pass away. Probably such a thing in a class would be a large group dissection, or a demonstartion, for practicality...
I don't think that if you want to be a vet that disecting a human would be much help. I don't think that if you want to be a doctor that disecting a frog would be much help. But either way it's a learning experience.