Cow's Eye Disssection

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This Web site provides a close-up video of the dissection of a cow's eyeball, and step-by-step directions for doing a dissection. The site also includes background information on vision, and an interactive diagram of the eye.

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Cow's Eye Dissection

This Web site provides a close up video of the dissection of a cow's eyeball, and step by step directions for doing a dissection. The site also includes background information on vision, and an interactive diagram of the eye.

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