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Eric Vohs, right, gapes at the insides of a shark held by Logan Morris at Payson High School.

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Students tackle shark dissection

The largest area of a shark’s brain controls its sense of smell and taste. Compare that to a human’s mind, which mostly directs cognitive function.


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