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How do you take a day like Halloween and make it even cooler? Add some real animal body parts and cut them up. That is what the anatomy students did for the 3rd grade students at Bryan and Sandoz. The 3rd grade students had learned about the body and their teachers asked the high school students if they would be willing to come to their schools and dissect the parts for them. The anatomy students divided up into teams, practiced their dissection skills and then went to the schools on October 26, 27, 28, and 31 and cut them apart for the kids to see in real life what the inside of a cow and deer heart looked like, what lungs looked like, how eyes worked and how brains looked. Many of the parts were donated by Tyson and Busy Bones Butcher, while others were donated to the high school from local hunters.