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March. 13, 2014

Jurassic Tour: High school students explore paleontology at OSU-CHS

Students from Skiatook High School visit OSU-CHS for hands-on learning in anatomy and paleontology on March 5. Students from Skiatook High School visit OSU-CHS on March 5.

Skiatook High School students helped clean dinosaur and turtle bones excavated from a paleontological site in Oklahoma during a visit to OSU-CHS on March 5.

A group of 29 forensic and anatomy students made reports on the bones and matched them to a skeletal drawing while touring the vertebrate paleontology lab.

Faculty from the Anatomy and Vertebrate Paleontology department met with the students, who also toured the School of Forensic Sciences, School of Biomedical Sciences and College of Osteopathic Medicine.

 

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