(CNN) For some students, dissecting animals in class can be the highlight of the semester. For others, however, it's cruel and ... maybe kind of gross.
But for students at a Florida high school, the learning experience can now come without having to poke and prod a once living, breathing, and hopping animal.
Students at J.W. Mitchell High School in New Port Richey, Florida have become the first in the world to use synthetic frogs for dissection, according to the school.
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