Begin with a 1 meter long by 5 centimeter Incision from first ventral scale at the back of the jaw with an molecule width obsidian scalpel. Continue with two 0.5 meter by 5 centimeter incisions perpendicular to the initial incision at the jaw and end of the prior incision. Begin by examining and sketching the underlying muscles surrounding the air passages and esophagus.
Continue 5 centimeter deeper by following previous incisions. Palpitate the mass (Thyroid Gland) ventral to the trachea. Continue the initial incision down 3 meters before performing two 2.5 meter perpendicular perpendicular incisions, one at the preexisting 0.5 meter incision at the end of the initial incision and the other at the end of the 3 meter incision. observe the impressive pectoral muscles adapted specifically for the proportionally small arms of this pokemon. the visible heads are found to attach to the clavicle and sternum.
take a diamond drill in hand and drill through the head of the sternum as well as disconnecting it from the body of the sternum. Sever the ligaments attaching the pectoral muscles to the sternum. Peel away the pectorals to reveal and serosa and the abdominus seratus on the lateral sides of the pokemon. The modified 3 chambered heart and both dominant and vestigial lungs are visible as are the first few ribs and their associated coastal cartilage.
break the serosa and palpate the esophagus running alongside the lung. It should lie dorsal to the lung. Be sure to note the smooth muscle diaphragm ventral to the lung. note the appearance of smooth muscle despite serpentine body structure.Note the bronchi and the difference in size between the two. Now negotiate the 3 blood vessels moving out of the heart. The thinnest is the vena cava. The other two are the pulmonary artery and aorta.
make a horizontal incision on the heart and attempt to locate the hole in the walls of the atriums. Once finished close the heart and continue the initial incision down the length of the pokemon utilizing the same depth of 5 centimeters. Note the change in organizational structure as the abdominus seratus dominates the morphology of the lower portions of the pokemon.
make 1.5 meter long perpendicular incisions at 3 meter intervals. once finished proceed to observe the enlarged and elongated liver and the prodigious stomach. Do not disturb the stomach as the acids contained may pose a health hazard. note however the intestine winding it's way down the length of the creature and the change in thickness and size. Please note the asymmetrical appearance of the kidneys and their associated adrenal glands.
Move now to the head of the pokemon. please ready a face mask and a lead vest. carefully make a small but deep incision using a glass scalpel. a brillant and destructive blast should occur depleting the Blast pits. once safefully detonated the skull of the creature will still be intact due to mirror-like plating found within the walls of the fossa the pits are found in. they are found at the back of the throat.
quickly take the drill and bore into the skull. once done extract a sample of cerebrospinal fluid before sawing the head open to note the 6 lobes of the brain, frontal, temporal, parietal, occipital, insula and major-cerebral system. The MCS is found superior to the natural lobes in the crown of the skull and controlls the weather gland found in the horns of the creature.
once finished delve into the body once more to find the cervical, lumbar and thoraxic vertebrae. Count them and label where each zone ends. If time permits open the arms of the creature and observe the odd flexor digitalis that seems to have merged to control the 3 digits as opposed to 5. once done photograph and turn in.
AND THAT'S HOW YOU DISSECT A LEGENDARY! You'll need an obsidian, glass and steel scalpels with a diamond drill and cranes as pins. don't forget a sheild