Biology Classes ‘Dissect’ Crawfish

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(COVINGTON, La.) — On Tuesday, April 21, 2015, John Carambat’s sophomore level Biology class treated themselves to mounds of crawfish during Period F to aid in the study of invertebrates.

“I love science,” said Carambat, “and dissections are especially tasty. That is what we’re supposed to do: study the natural world, and then eat it.”

Carambat’s class has been known for hands-on activity, and the students are also putting together leaf books consisting of various leaves to display their knowledge of the natural world.

(All photos by Nick Ashton.)

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