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  13. Thanks for the link to 3Dtoad. All of the images are free as are the e-books available at the iBookstore and which contain graphic images and videos of popular dissections (ages 13 and up). If you are iPad enabled, please take a look at the “e books” which are presented in a revolutionary format that I think you will find informative, entertaining and conceptual. We are currently putting together a similar “textbooks” on the human skeleton suitable for k-12 students. In the meantime, thanks again for your support and consider correcting your comment on your link to our site regarding a “fee”.

    Sincerely
    Phil
    CEO Techtol Imaging, 3Dtoad.com

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