Source: Black, S. (2019). Image courtesy of Freepik.
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"How does the human body work? What roles do the digestive, reproductive, and other systems play? Learn about human anatomy and the complex processes that help your body function." (National Geographic, 2017)
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"My Incredible Body lets kids investigate, experience, and learn human anatomy in a fun, dynamic new way. Explore medically accurate 3D anatomy models. Learn amazing facts about how the body works. Fly through the different body systems and take a look around." (Zybright, 2014)
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