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New tech helps students complete old lesson humanely

| Staff Reporters
Seventh-grade life science students at Davidson Middle School recently participated in a dissection lab of a different kind. The frogs used were not the traditional cadaver frogs raised and then harvested for educational purposes. They were SynFrogs, hyper-realistic synthetic frogs mimicking real frogs in size and texture designed to replace cadaver frogs, allowing students to have a realistic, yet humane learning experience.
Devin Simpson, Landyn Duvall, David Gilchrist and Alyssa Segreti work together in dissecting their SynFrog at Davidson Middle School.


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