We can use the pig to go deeper and learn about the human anatomy, because when you go inside it is very similar to a human's. As far as organs and the layout of where each piece of the body is, it is relatively similar to a human's so you can still learn from it and get a good idea about what a humans might be like or look like. We also get to see how the different organs and systems are connected. We get a pretty true look at how a lot of the organs are connected to each other, such as how the small intestine is connected to the stomach.
I feel like the people interested in being a doctor of in the medical field got a lot more out of this then the people who are not really looking into that, as they got a good look into literally everything about the organs and different systems. You get to visually see it. We can actually learn a lot about the nervous system. Such as the overall design of it, and how it is placed as far as the parts of the brain. We are also just overall able to get a look at how the brain is and how it is connected to the spine. It is somewhat obvious but not completely and not easily. It does transition fairly easy to some of the other systems, visually you can tell the brain is the central control room for everything so it is pretty obvious to understand how it is connected to everything.