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Crayfish

Dissections for the Science Classroom

The Redclaw Crayfish, found in northern Australia and Papua New Guinea, is a decapod (ten-legged) crustacean. This dissection covers the main bodily systems of the Redclaw, including the reproductive, nervous, circulatory and digestive systems, with a focus on the features that are particular to certain crustaceans, such as its unique gastric mill that assists digestion. Complemented by clear, illustrative diagrams, this is a valuable resource for secondary students of science.

Rating: PG
Production Year: 2021
Duration: 10 min
Series: Dissections for the Science Classroom
Printable Resources: Yes

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