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NEWS: Iqaluit May 28, 2014 - 5:53 am

Photo: Grade 8 students study anatomy through wolf dissection

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Grade 8 students of Aqsarniit Middle School in Iqaluit got a hands-on lesson in biology and anatomy May 28 with instructor Renée Woodman of Nunavut Arctic College, right, who guided them through a wolf-dissection. The college’s Environmental Technology Program hosted the lesson at the Nunavut Research Institute’s labs. “The students had a lot of fun with it,” said teacher Joey Rhodes, who set up the lesson for his class. “They got to actually explore the skeletal and muscular systems which we studied in our health class, and make a comparison between other mammals and humans.” (PHOTO COURTESY OF NUNAVUT ARCTIC COLLEGE)
Grade 8 students of Aqsarniit Middle School in Iqaluit got a hands-on lesson in biology and anatomy May 28 with instructor Renée Woodman of Nunavut Arctic College, right, who guided them through a wolf-dissection. The college’s Environmental Technology Program hosted the lesson at the Nunavut Research Institute’s labs. “The students had a lot of fun with it,” said teacher Joey Rhodes, who set up the lesson for his class. “They got to actually explore the skeletal and muscular systems which we studied in our health class, and make a comparison between other mammals and humans.” (PHOTO COURTESY OF NUNAVUT ARCTIC COLLEGE)

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