Anatomy Warehouse

Cow Eye Dissection Kit

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  • Cow Eye Dissection Kit
  • Preserved Cow Eye Specimen for Dissection
  • Mammal Eye Dissection Guide
  • Dissection Toolkit
  • Frog Graphic Print Apron PPE
  • White Foam Tray
  • Blue Disposable Gloves PPE
Retail Price $22.00
Today's Price $19.99
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Take your anatomy lessons to the next level with the Cow Eye Dissection Kit from Anatomy Warehouse!

The Cow Eye Dissection Kit offers a glimpse into organ anatomy study. Perfect for at home, classroom, or science laboratory dissections, this kit bundles the specimen and materials needed for a complete dissection procedure. The kit features a preserved plain injected cow eye specimen, PPE, medical-grade tools, and a detailed dissection guide.

This dissection kit provides comparative anatomy studies between mammalian organs. Study the parts and small details of the cow eye to understand differences and similarities between farm animals and human organs. Learn the physiology and function of the eye by understanding its external and internal anatomy. The Cow Eye Dissection Kit is also great for practicing and performing the step-by-step process of dissection with a delicate organ. The educational guide included in the kit features an outline and illustrations of the full process to allow for a complete and successful dissection.

Perfect for biology, microbiology, anatomy, physiology, and zoology students, each of the kit’s components equips the student to learn safely and effectively:

  • 1 Preserved cow eye, plain injected
  • 1 Pair of disposable gloves, medium
  • 1 Disposable apron, one size
  • 1 Mammal eye dissection guide
  • 1 Foam tray, 11.75” x 7.25”, small
  • 1 Dissection toolkit with tools and case

Shelf Life and Storage

Take Care of Your Specimen

Specimens should be stored at room temperature and out of direct sunlight whether they are opened or unopened.

While dissecting your specimen, spraying the specimen with holding fluid will help keep the specimen moist, which will allow you to maximize your time with the specimen.

After dissection, spray your specimen generously with holding fluid before storing your specimen in an air-tight container. By following these guidelines, you can reduce the number of bacteria, mold, or other air particles on the specimen that will help inhibit mold growth.

Properly Store Your Specimen for Longevity

Unopened specimens are guaranteed to stay fresh for up to a year. With proper storage, this specimen can last for years if you store your specimen out of direct sunlight and keep it at room temperature.

Opened specimens are under no guarantee. Once a specimen is opened, it is up to you to care and store the specimen properly to extend the life of the specimen. Typically, our specimens should last a couple of weeks when properly cared for.


  • 1 Preserved cow eye, plain injected
  • 1 Pair of disposable gloves, medium
  • 1 Disposable apron, one size
  • 1 Mammal eye dissection guide
  • 1 Foam tray, 11.75” x 7.25”, small
  • 1 Plastic ruler, 6”
  • 1 Chrome-plated student dissecting scalpel
  • 1 Glass dropper with rubber bulb
  • 1 Student dissecting scissors, 4.5”
  • 1 Chrome-plated student forceps, 4.5”
  • 1 Straight teasing needle with plastic handle
  • 1 Angular teasing needle with plastic handle
  • 1 Zippered vinyl case, 2.5” W x 7” L x 7/8” H, red or black
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