What’s Inside Me Doll

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Science has never been so cuddly!

Welcome students back to school and introduce them to the basic organs and systems of the human body. Open the front flaps to discover a heart, liver, stomach, lungs, kidneys, bladder and intestines. Open the back of the head to find the doll’s brain! Remove the organs in the chest and you will see a spine, ribs and hip bones to keep everything safe and supported. Squeeze the heart, lungs and stomach to hear different sounds! This doll introduces kids to basic human anatomy.

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Use the doll with our First Look: Inside Me scans for child friendly, no-fear imaging!

 

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