As part of the MOC Lego-Building Olympics, Dave Kaleta created a Dissected Lego Frog.
Looking a lot like an experiment from a biology 101 class back in high school, this toy frog lays on its back, pinned down and dissected. I remember not being a great lab partner and squirming at the sight of a real frog's insides, but this Dissected Lego Frog by Dave Kaleta actually has me very intrigued. See this piece for yourselves in the featured gallery.
Lego Frog Dissection by Dave Kaleta Reminds You of High School Classes
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