Rat Dissection

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Rat Dissection Prelab 1. Is your left like your right side? It should be similar to your right but there can be differences like if damage was done to one side or if one side was mutated and disfigured. 2. Name an animal that doesn’t have a left and right side. Snakes don’t have a left and right side but there is an interesting study about that which is that Adult snakes (16 of 20 snakes) preferred to coil in the clockwise direction. Many female snakes (15 of 20 snakes), but few male snakes (only 4 of 10 snakes), also tended to coil in a clockwise pattern. This suggests that the location of internal organs such as the lungs, kidney and stomach may affect coiling direction. For example, in some snakes, the right lung is pushed…show more content…
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