Make your study on fetal pig organs easier with the following fetal pig diagrams. One human’s organ that is very similar to a pig is the heart. A pig’s heart and a human heart are similar in size, structure, and function. This is why pig hearts are sometimes used for dissection. Explore the diagrams in the following images below. Click on one image to enlarge and save it!
Use the following fetal pig diagrams to review the anatomy of a fetal pig. These pictures of fetal pig dissection are useful for learning the anatomy of the fetal pig. The first one above is the photograph of a real dissected pig. You can see in the real photograph of the fetal pig that had been dissected above the organs of the pig. These organs include the esophagus, stomach, small and large intestines. Click on any of the fetal pig diagrams to view enlargements.
In the male fetal pig diagram, you can see that male fetal pigs have a urogenital opening located behind the umbilical cord. The female’s internal reproductive system is located below the kidneys. With these fetal pig diagrams, students are able to gain a greater understanding of the fetal pig dissection and anatomy through understanding the illustration shown in the diagram.
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