Horse Used As Live Anatomical Model

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Gillian Higgins offers Equine Lecture Demonstrations, helping to educate the world on proper equine care, a skill that every human should undoubtedly master. Tired of relying on simple text and images, Higgins decided to use a real horse as a live anatomical model.

One side of the horse showcases the skeletal structure, the other side displays the muscle. It takes four hours to apply the paint to a horse for their little anatomical show. Ok… which part is edible? Om nom nom.

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