How to Dissect a Fish?


Dissecting a fish can be very educational. You will want to make sure that you have all your supplies laid out and easily accessible. Aside from having a dissecting tray and a scalpel, you will probably want to also keep a magnifying glass handy since some fish organs can be very tiny!
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When dissecting a fish you will need safety goggles, dissecting pins, gloves, forceps, lab apron, paper towel, scalpel, wate, dissecting probe, and other materials that will help you.
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