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Dr. Marcelo Carvalho dissects a dogfish shark and examines its digestive system in the American Museum of Natural History's Ichthyology Laboratory.
Introduction to Dissection Overview of Specimen
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Dissection Description of Alimentary Tract
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Liver Dissection Esophagus and Stomach Dissection
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Intestine Dissection  
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Dr. Carvalho describes and examines the sensory organs of sharks and rays
Nostrils of the Shark Ray Electric Organ of the Electric Ray
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Electrosensory System Lateral Line System
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Dr. Marcelo Carvalho dissects and describes the reproductive system of the dogfish shark in the American Museum of Natural History's Ichthyology Laboratory.
Male Reproduction Overview Female Reproduction Overview
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Mating and Fertilization Ovary Dissection
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Uterus Dissection
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