Human Anatomy Lesson
My pal Jeremy works at the Institute of Human Anatomy and is very knowledgable. He are some super fascinating videos of him talking about, the human brain, heart, kidney, biceps, intestines and stomach. After watching the part about Kidney stones, I pray I never ever get one. OUCH!
on Friday, 15 November 2019
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