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Pig
If you have looked at good quality 2D photos of the viscera of a fetal pig, you know how difficult it is to sort out one organ from another. With 3D pictures the organs pop out of the page. There is no longer any doubt about which is the small intestine and which is the colon.

This book contains 3D pictures with labels of a dissected fetal pig and text discussing the pictures. There are 120 3D pictures showing structures such as the ovary, cauda equina, and heart strings. 3D requires a colour device and red/blue or red/cyan 3D glasses, also called anaglyph glasses. These glasses are very economical and make 3D available for almost everyone. If you don't have glasses, you can still read the book because every picture is also presented in 2D. If your ereader does not have colour, the pictures are still usable in black and white. Your best viewing will be 3D with a large screen but it will work on a cell phone.

The text accompanying the pictures discusses the anatomy and physiology of the fetal pig on a systemic basis i.e. Circulatory System, Digestive System, etc.

Included in the bonus free extras, discussed on the contact page in the book, is a complete video dissection of the fetal pig in 2D colour.

This program is suitable for senior public school (they will learn many biological terms from the pictures) through university. The pictures have been used in college level programs.

As a biology teacher facing changing societal norms, you will want this as a reference for your students or as a very cheap alternative to a lab dissection.

As a student you will discover that 3D pictures demonstrate that 2D drawings are archaic. Tell your teacher you know about a cheap and better solution, 3D.

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Frog
If you have looked at good quality 2D photos of the viscera of a fetal pig, you know how difficult it is to sort out one organ from another. With 3D pictures the organs pop out of the page. There is no longer any doubt about which is the small intestine and which is the colon.

This book contains 3D pictures with labels of a dissected frog and text discussing the pictures. There are 93 3D pictures showing structures such as the ovary, lungs, and heart. 3D requires a colour device and red/blue or red/cyan 3D glasses, also called anaglyph glasses. These glasses are very economical and make 3D available for almost everyone. If you don't have glasses, you can still read the book because every picture is also presented in 2D. If your reader does not have colour, the pictures are still usable in black and white. Your best viewing will be 3D with a large screen but it will work on a cell phone.

The text accompanying the pictures discusses the anatomy and physiology on a systemic basis i.e. Circulatory System, Digestive System, etc.

Included in the bonus free extras, discussed on the contact page page in the book, is a complete video dissection of the fetal pig in 2D colour.

This program is suitable for senior public school (they will learn many biological terms from the pictures) through university. The pictures have been used in college level programs.

As a biology teacher facing changing societal norms, you will want this as a reference for your students or as a very cheap alternative to a lab dissection.

As a student you will discover that 3D pictures demonstrate that 2D drawings are archaic. Tell your teacher you know about a cheap and better solution, 3D.

Preview at Kobo.
Perch
If you have looked at good quality 2D photos of the viscera of a fetal pig, you know how difficult it is to sort out one organ from another. With 3D pictures the organs pop out of the page. There is no longer any doubt about which is the small intestine and which is the colon.

This book contains 3D pictures with labels of a dissection and text discussing the pictures. There are 64 pictures showing structures such as the ovary, gills, and heart. 3D requires a colour device and red/blue or red/cyan 3D glasses, also called anaglyph glasses. These glasses are very economical and make 3D available for almost everyone. If you don't have glasses, you can still read the book because every picture is also presented in 2D. If your reader does not have colour, the pictures are still usable in black and white. Your best viewing will be 3D with a large screen but it will work on a cell phone.

The text accompanying the pictures discusses the anatomy and physiology on a systemic basis i.e. Circulatory System, Digestive System, etc.

Included in the bonus free extras discussed on the contact page page in the book, is a complete video dissection in 2D colour.

This program is suitable for senior public school (they will learn many biological terms from the pictures) through university. The pictures have been used in college level programs.

As a biology teacher facing changing societal norms, you will want this as a reference for your students or as a very cheap alternative to a lab dissection.

As a student you will discover that 3D pictures demonstrate that 2D drawings are archaic. Tell your teacher you know about a cheap and better solution, 3D.

Preview at Kobo.
Rat
If you have looked at good quality 2D photos of the viscera of a fetal pig, you know how difficult it is to sort out one organ from another. With 3D pictures the organs pop out of the page. There is no longer any doubt about which is the small intestine and which is the colon.

This book contains 3D pictures with labels of a dissection and text discussing the pictures. 127 pictures showing structures such as the ovary, lungs, and heart. 3D requires a colour device and red/blue or red/cyan 3D glasses, also called anaglyph glasses. These glasses are very economical and make 3D available for almost everyone. If you don't have glasses, you can still read the book because every picture is also presented in 2D. If your reader does not have colour, the pictures are still usable in black and white. Your best viewing will be 3D with a large screen but it will work on a cell phone.

The text accompanying the pictures discusses the anatomy and physiology on a systemic basis i.e. Circulatory System, Digestive System, etc.

Included in the bonus free extras discussed on the contact page page in the book, is a complete video dissection in 2D colour.

This program is suitable for senior public school (they will learn many biological terms from the pictures) through university. The pictures have been used in college level programs.

As a biology teacher facing changing societal norms, you will want this as a reference for your students or as a very cheap alternative to a lab dissection.

As a student you will discover that 3D pictures demonstrate that 2D drawings are archaic. Tell your teacher you know about a cheap and better solution, 3D.

Preview at Kobo.
Crayfish
If you have looked at good quality 2D photos of the viscera of a fetal pig, you know how difficult it is to sort out one organ from another. With 3D pictures the organs pop out of the page. There is no longer any doubt about which is the heart and which is the hepatopancreas.

This book contains 3D pictures with labels of a crayfish dissection and text discussing the pictures. 67 pictures showing structures such as the stomach, gills, and heart. 3D requires a colour device and red/blue or red/cyan 3D glasses, also called anaglyph glasses. These glasses are very economical and make 3D available for almost everyone. If you don't have glasses, you can still read the book because every picture is also presented in 2D. If your reader does not have colour, the pictures are still usable in black and white. Your best viewing will be 3D with a large screen but it will work on a cell phone.

The text accompanying the pictures discusses the anatomy and physiology on a systemic basis i.e. Circulatory System, Digestive System, etc.

Included in the bonus free extras, discussed on the contact page page in the book, is a complete video dissection of the fetal pig in 2D colour.

This program is suitable for senior public school (they will learn many biological terms from the pictures) through university. The pictures have been used in college level programs.

As a biology teacher facing changing societal norms, you will want this as a reference for your students or as a very cheap alternative to a lab dissection.

As a student you will discover that 3D pictures demonstrate that 2D drawings are archaic. Tell your teacher you know about a cheap and better solution, 3D.

Preview at Kobo.

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Worm
If you have looked at good quality 2D photos of the viscera of a fetal pig, you know how difficult it is to sort out one organ from another. With 3D pictures the organs pop out of the page. There is no longer any doubt about which is the crop and which is the gizzard.

This book contains 3D pictures with labels of a dissection and text discussing the pictures. 66 pictures showing structures such as the ovary, sperm groovess, and hearts. 3D requires a colour device and red/blue or red/cyan 3D glasses, also called anaglyph glasses. These glasses are very economical and make 3D available for almost everyone. If you don't have glasses, you can still read the book because every picture is also presented in 2D. If your reader does not have colour, the pictures are still usable in black and white. Your best viewing will be 3D with a large screen but it will work on a cell phone.

The text accompanying the pictures discusses the anatomy and physiology on a systemic basis i.e. Circulatory System, Digestive System, etc.

Included in the bonus free extras discussed on the contact page page in the book, is a complete video dissection in 2D colour.

This program is suitable for senior public school (they will learn many biological terms from the pictures) through university. The pictures have been used in college level programs.

As a biology teacher facing changing societal norms, you will want this as a reference for your students or as a very cheap alternative to a lab dissection.

As a student you will discover that 3D pictures demonstrate that 2D drawings are archaic. Tell your teacher you know about a cheap and better solution, 3D.

Preview at Kobo.