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Scientific Explorer Veterinary Science teaches kids what it takes to become a Veterinary physician and the work that they preform for animals. Simulate Veterinary X-ray and Sonograms with Red and Blue Lenses that reveal the insides of animals on 4 different posters. Close-up wounds and cuts with the soft plastic suture training skin, plastic surgical tweezers, needle and thread. Create a cat anatomy poster with paper parts, mold a plaster pup and learn how to make casts for broken bones. Mix and make gelly Ticks. Learn about the 4 common types of ticks and which ones can cause illness. Includes 4 animal posters, red x-ray lens, blue sonogram lens, suture skin, plastic needle, plastic tweezer scissors, nylon thread (72in/183cm), cat anatomy poster with fold out sheets, dog mold, 2 plaster powder (7.05/200g each), muslin fabric, gelly tick mold, gelatin (0.352oz/10g), beaker, stir stick and instructions. Recommended for children 6 years of age and older.
What makes your pets tick?
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12.05 x 10.16 x 3.15 Inches
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