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Students learning how to suture bananas. 

Students preforming an ophthalmic exam on Moby.
Including use of a special stain used to detect corneal injuries. 

Students staining their own sheep eyes to compare the differences between those and Moby's eye. 

Students dissecting the sheep eyes. 

Students ultrasounding Bettis and learning how internal organs look on ultrasound.

Student's "patients" waiting to be radiographed to find out what foreign bodies they have eaten.

Students get to learn how to correctly take radiographs and what
special lead safety gear needs to be worn.

After taking the radiographs students get to try to guess
what their patients foreign body was.

Moby wasn't quite ready for the photo to be taken.

What an amazing PAWS class! Thank you to all of our students for their 
amazing participation!