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This morning has been different! 6th grade students have visited the Medicine School of Valladolid. They have learnt many interesting things about what doctors normally research and how they carry out their experiments with rats, mice, worms and bacteria. After the laboratories, we went to the anatomy museum to see a huge variety of human and animal models, tools, bones and many cool stuff that we have studied before.

We really appreciate the time some teachers and doctors have spent on us. Thanks so much!

Here you can enjoy our experience with some photos:




Nervous System in Vertebrates. Human body

Publicado: febrero 12, 2014 de Nacho Herrero en Vertebrates

This video will help you to understand the importance of our skeleton and specially the mission that our spinal cord does. Our nerves are everywhere, they send information to the organs and muscles but there are other nerves that send back the information to the brain or to our head.
Our head needs a special protection done with the skull.

This is Luna’s Hamster, Sandía or Watermelon.