Owl Pellet Dissection Kit

Owl Pellet Dissection Kit

# 024986

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Item #: 024986
Grades: 2-AD

Product Description:

Ever wonder what owls eat? Dissect an owl pellet and find out! Owls regurgitate the indigestible remains of their meals, which make their diet easy to investigate. This pouch contains one sanitary owl pellet and a bone chart. Use a tweezers or other small tool (not included) to dissect the pellet and then identify the remains using the chart. However, if you're grossed out by the "real thing," you may want to check out the Skeleton Pellets, which are synthetic versions of owl pellets with one (non-surprise) animal skeleton inside. - Jess

Category Description for Bird Games, Kits, Tools & Visuals:
Category Description for ZOOLOGY / ANIMAL LIFE:
Primary Subject
Science
Grade Start
2
Grade End
AD
EAN
655400001104
Format
Science Equipment / Supplies
Brand Name
Copernicus Toys & Gifts
Weight
0.025 (lbs.)
Dimensions
6.0" x 3.5" x 0.75"
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I chose this because we are doing a bird unit in our homeschool this coming fall term. I thought this would be a great hands on lesson to go along with beak study
Leslie J on Jul 9, 2022
This kit is great. Bought 3 and each one had skulls and many other bones. The tools are great also. Highly recommend these packs.
Rebecca M on Nov 8, 2021
I chose this because we are doing a bird unit in our homeschool this coming fall term. I thought this would be a great hands on lesson to go along with beak study
Leslie J on Jul 9, 2022
We are curious :)
Marina D on Mar 14, 2022
This kit is great. Bought 3 and each one had skulls and many other bones. The tools are great also. Highly recommend these packs.
Rebecca M on Nov 8, 2021
doing a bird unit
KAREN M. on Jul 20, 2021
To compliment a FIAR study - Owl Moon
Kimberly H on May 18, 2021
I am a homeschool teacher and chose this as a supplemental resource for my second grader's biology/zoology class because we will be learning about birds.
Susan S on Jun 22, 2020
Easy to use. Good quality.
Katie L on May 24, 2019
To compliment our science topic about owls.
Daisy S on Jan 1, 2019
School
Pamela G on Sep 25, 2018
We are studying animals and My Father's World suggested dissecting an owl pellet. Our kids are excited!
Christy H on Aug 27, 2018
We are reading a novel called Poppy about an owl and so we are tying in science with our reading unit.
Angela J on Sep 4, 2017
Looks interesting and we have a boy who loves animals.
Natalie M on Apr 17, 2016
We are curious :)
Marina D on Mar 14, 2022
doing a bird unit
KAREN M. on Jul 20, 2021
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