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How should I store my dissection specimens?

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We recommend you keep your dissection specimens in a cool and dark place that is away from direct sunlight and out of reach from children and pets. This can be a closet, cabinet or anywhere else that does not get warmer than room temperature. 

Specimens DO NOT need to be refrigerated!

Dispose of unopened specimens 12 months after receiving them.

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