Are you prepared for your next dissection lab?

by Chris Anderson on July 07, 2021

Dissection is part of many science class curriculums. And it’s met with many opposing viewpoints. Some students get freaked out by it. Others don’t believe in dissection because of their own ethical reasons. Many believe it isn’t a big deal and that it’s an important experience to have in class. 


Do you have something to accommodate everyone? 


Learning how to dissect helps students get a hands-on look at an animal’s anatomy, get a better understanding of biology, and for many students, it can be something that solidifies their interest in pursuing a career in science. However, for many, it can also do the opposite.


These skills are important and they can be learned without the use of real animals. 

Owl pellets and Dissect It! kits are ethical, cost-effective alternatives to real animal dissection. Owl pellets are found naturally in the wild and no animals or habitats are affected by their collection. The Dissect It! kits simulate a realistic dissection experience without the use of a real animal and can be used three times for the cost of one kit. 


Whether you want to completely stop using real animals in your dissection labs or want a better alternative for the students who opt-out of the activity, both of these products are the solution.

With these you can: 

Save Money – Your money goes three times further with an ethical alternative. You can expect to pay at least $16 for a single frog dissection kit that includes the tools you need. Compare that to our $15 Dissect It! kit that you can use three times or our $5.50 single owl pellet pack! 


Be Prepared – Any student that approaches you that has a problem with dissection won’t leave you scrambling for a different assignment. You’ll have an easy alternative. 


Make sure you’re ready to go for your next dissection unit. 

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