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Anatomy in Clay® Learning System Podcast

The Anatomy in Clay® Learning System podcast includes interviews with anatomy students and anatomy teachers who are part of the Anatomy in Clay family far and wide. For more information visit


Jul 28, 2021

This time on the Anatomy in Clay® Learning System podcast, another installment of longer audio excerpts from decades-old instruction by Anatomy in Clay® Learning System founder Jon Zahourek as he discusses some basic insights into human anatomy in his ever-colorful style. 

This time, he starts with the brain stem before touching on cranial nerves, the role of the trigeminal nerve, and then a discussion of orbital sockets and what the human eye configuration and shape tells us about evolution, our arboreal roots, and how our vision compares to hawks and horses, among other creatures, and why. 

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Intro and Outro music "Viscious Pen" courtesy of Moby Gratis