While Supplies Last! <br>The economy shark is a failed injection. There may be latex spread throughout the shark. The specimen is still in perfect condition. For a inexpensive shark dissection try our economy sharks.
Good size, no problems
Posted by Unknown on Jun 26th 2017
HS Bio class loved these. Sharks were a good size (have large trays available.). One was even pregnant. They kept well over 3 days opened. We just covered them & the tray in large trash bags. Smell is stronger than most just because of the added fishy component along WITH the preservative. The rest of the school sure knew what we were up to, but it just excited the kids that haven't yet taken the class.
Only criticism would be to allow the ability to add requests. We only had 1 female out of the enire lot. I was getting worried we'd have nothing to compare. Luckily we found one, and like I said, she was pregnant. It would've been nicer to not have to go through that slight panic by requesting 1/2 male/female.
Great for elementary dissection
Posted by S E on Jun 10th 2017
Great shark for an elementary dissection. The spines on the dorsal fins was removed and tail was cut but most of the external and internal anatomy was intact enough to explore the external and internal parts of the shark.
Posted by Unknown on Mar 28th 2017
Superior dissection specimens for a great price
Economy Sharks are well worth the cost.
Posted by A Lafferty on Jun 5th 2016
Every year I like for my Zoology class to do a series of dissections to compare anatomy of different organisms. At the end of the semester funds are running low and the economy sharks fit the bill. Students get an excellent chance to dissect a larger animal and the parts are large and easy to identify. We have ordered these for the last 3 years, twice a year and they are always consistently good samples.