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Friday, May 13, 2005

THIS IS SICK!

This is Just SICK! Where the Hell is Peta?

A biology class lesson in Gunnison, Utah involving the dissection of a live dog has outraged some parents and students, according to a report.


Biology teacher Doug Bjerregaard, who is a substitute teacher at Gunnison Valley High School, wanted his students to see how the digestive system of a dog worked.

Bjerregaard made arrangements for his students to be a part of a dissection of a dog that was still alive.


Principal Anderson said he supports the lesson and it will be allowed to continue because the students are learning.


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E-Mail:kirk.anderson@sanpete.k12.ut.us