Delving deep into the mind of a sheep - literally!

On Friday, 19th March, students were invited to come and see a sheep head dissection. This was a collaborative project between KYTOS and the Tormead Beacon Programme. Mr Isaacs began by giving an overview of the dental features of the sheep. We learnt that the sheep had teeth designed to chew in a sideways motion evidenced by the flatter molars which is useful when needing to grind grass and other tougher foods in order to start the digestion process. After this quick introduction and covering other aspects of the face, we moved to the inside of the head and started looking at the brain and internal features. We looked at the sinuses and the lining of the sinuses. We moved onto the brain and

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