Human Anatomy Laboratory Manual by Christine Eckel is a hands-on learning tool designed to guide students through human anatomy concepts through observation, touch, dissection, and practical activities such as sketching, labeling, and coloring. Exquisite dissection photographs capture anatomical details, and a student-friendly writing style uses relevant examples to engage students in concept application. It focuses on human specimens, and also includes common animal specimens such as cow eye, sheep brain, and sheep heart. This manual was expressly written to supplement and expand upon content covered in the lecture course, not to repeat it. It accompanies McKinley/O'Loughlin Human Anatomy 3rd edition, but is also a stand alone product that works well with any 1-semester human anatomy text.