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Safe handling of whole dead animals, or parts removed from them, in science practical activities.
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Provides useful and brief practical advice on the issues which need to be considered before bringing animals into your laboratory or classroom. 
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This document outlines the key points you need to consider when deciding to keep animals as pets in the science department.
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Updated from section 14 of the CLEAPSS Handbook, This gives an overview of legislation and practice covering observing and, possibly studying, animals in the wild.
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Safety, legal and environmental (where appropriate) advice on handling animals, both vertebrates and invertebrates, in science practical work. 
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A brief summary of advice on dealing with farmed animals. Includes a number of useful references to other publications and organisations. 
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Updated from section 14 of the CLEAPSS handbook, this short note provides useful information on safe and humane practices with animals
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A simple method of observing animal cells using liver. A great alternative to cheek cells.  
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This document outlines the key points you need to consider when deciding to keep small mammals as pets in the science department. It gives a summary of the most common types of small mammal kept in sc.. more
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This document outlines the key points you need to consider when deciding to keep reptiles as pets in the science department. It gives a summary of the most common types of reptiles kept in schools.
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