Damaged Sheep Brain
Pictured below is the brain of an approximately two year old crossbred ram. The dark areas of the brain are blood clots that were formed more than likely as a result of head butting during the breeding season. The picture on the right is of the brain with the cerebellum cut off.
A- sagittal fissure
B- central sulcus
C- frontal lobe
D- parietal lobe
E- occipital lobe
F- temporal lobe
G- cerebellum
H- vermis
I- medulla
The above picture is the normal brain of a sheep. Compare this brain to the one at the top of the page.
This page was last updated on: January 6, 2008
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by The University of Scranton Behavioral Neuroscience Lab