I dissected a squid, extracted its spine, turned it into a pen and made an inkwell out of its ink sack.
@Proactive Citizenry , that’s some next level psycho shît
@RollingInD1ck, I was in Kindergarden at the time as well. It was a class activity.
@Proactive Citizenry , squids don’t have a spine. They are invertebrates.
@spitfire1331, Oooo shhhhhjt, Dems scientific fighting words. A yo everyone,Deez nerds boutta fight using quadratic formulas and biologic references
@Proactive Citizenry , That's metal as fųck
Accidentally ran over a frog the other day. I feel like shjt.
I never dissected frogs. Only mice and cats.
@ImNotRacistBut, we did frogs in 7th grade, rats in 8th and then pigs and a cow in highschool
@ajr12100, We did a baby shark in fifth grade. That was pretty awesome.
I’ve dissected a rat, worms, a starfish, a cuttlefish, and a salmon shark.
I have put this dissected frog back together using flex tape!
In my Biology class, my partner and I failed that assignment. We did everything to the frog except what was outlined in the text. We took out an eyeball, cut the stomach in half just to see what was the last thing the frog ate, and untangled the intestines and straightened it out.
@Diabolik, ...said the serial killer. Sorry, autocorrect, I mean yes that’s a totally normal thing to do... *please don’t kill me*
I SAWED THIS FROG IN HALF!