And a few days ago we went up to the science lab with our teachers to take an interesting science class with our principal--we were to dissect a sheep's heart. At first I was nervous but then I felt OK. We finally started our fascinating lesson!
I saw all the things we had studied about like the aorta. It felt very slimy and spongy. We got to touch two hearts. The first one was fat (probably because the sheep was fat) and the other less fat (probably because the sheep was thinner). Then it came to the lungs which were even more interesting! One was bigger than the other and they also felt slimy and spongy, but they looked more disgusting . It was so incredibly interesting.
I really enjoyed it and I am very happy that I got a chance to do something of this sort. I mostly enjoyed touching the heart--it was really cool to be touching a real heart.
At the end I felt really proud that I was a risk taker and an enquirer and I am very proud that I did something as amazing as this. I hope other students from around the world would go through a once in a lifetime opportunity of touching a heart!