Virtual Class: Exploring Animal Anatomy Dissection Class

Looking to dig into biology, but wanting a little expert help? Dr. Ross is here to guide you into a hands-on journey of dissection. You’ll learn all about God’s fascinating designs for living organisms as we dissect the worm, crayfish, and frog, which serve as important model animals in science.

Exploring Animal Anatomy meets one hour per day for three days and is best for students ages 10 and up.

Recommended: Purchase three dissection specimens (worm, crayfish, and frog [double-injected]), a dissection tool set, and a dissection tray (regular size). These can all be found at Cornerstone’s Dissection Page.

No Time to Order the Dissection Kit?

That’s okay! You can still watch the class and do a guided dissection by watching the recordings! 


Dr. Marcus Ross serves as director of the Center for Creation Studies and Professor of Geology at Liberty University. He has loved paleontology (especially dinosaurs) since he was a kid growing up in Rhode Island. 

He has studied geology and paleontology at the Pennsylvania State University, the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, and the University of Rhode Island. Committed to a biblical understanding of Earth’s history, Dr. Ross regularly contributes to creationist research and education in both technical and popular literature. In 2015, he and his wife, Corinna, launched Cornerstone Educational Supply to provide outstanding science materials that affirm biblical creation.

Three Virtual Online Classes

Every day 11 a.m.
Monday, April 29 to Wednesday, May 2, 2024

HOW TO SIGN UP through two options.

1.  This $45 class is FREE for HEAV Members!

Just go to your member benefits page to get your coupon code.

IMPORTANT : Be sure to snag your coupon code from your member benefits page to register for free.

2. Register and pay for the $45 class here.

Not an HEAV member yet? Join TODAY for $45. Enjoy this class for FREE and take advantage of HEAV member benefits all year long. (Plus, you’ll support a worthy cause.)

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