Gossamer Tapestry

Reflections on conservation, butterflies, and ecology in the nation's heartland

Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Today's lesson: the digestive system

An illustration of why biology class should never be taught by the home economics teacher.

(Thanks to Altivo and Gary).

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6 Comments:

At 09:18, Blogger butterfly girl said...

That's funny!! Now what would I do with that!???

 
At 10:10, Blogger robin andrea said...

That's very creative! I will never look at yarn again without thinking colon. It gives me a little insight to why cats like to play with string.

 
At 22:13, Blogger Ur-spo said...

I agree; leave science to the experts.

 
At 07:06, Blogger lifescolorfulbrushstrokes said...

Must be a species of "manudo." LMAO! Is your museum downtown Doug? Chance of a get together for lunch on either Thursday, 6/14, or Friday, 6/15?

 
At 16:33, Blogger rodger said...

I don't know...looking at her user pics she's also knitted a womb. I look forward to her respiratory system.

 
At 15:41, Anonymous rcwbiologist said...

Wow, things are really greening up your way. What a difference from the burn pictures.

 

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