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*opens freezer* "well, I guess I found Fido." *sees striped shirt peeking underneath* "yeah!!...I also found Waldo!"

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I interned at a vet clinic once. As a joke, one lady took all the dead animals out of the freezer and hid in it herself. Another lady led me in there telling me to do something. She then jumped out and screamed at me, laughed, and walked away. I had to put the bodies back..

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Going to guess op works at a university or teaching clinic. Vets generally don't keep animals in the freezer longer then is needed to perform a necropsy... And after 3 years... Good luck being able to skin anything. Stuff slowly freeze dries after a year, so it would be like skinning jerky. The longest I've kept an animal in the freezer for taxidermy purposes was 6 months.

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How else did OP find out the dog was in the freezer for 3 years? He had to have asked someone who has been working there for +3 years...

*opens freezer* "well, I guess I found Fido." *sees striped shirt peeking underneath* "yeah!!...I also found Waldo!"

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Problem, autopsy's use bugs and the body temperature and state of decomposition, all of which are screwed when placed in a freezer. Someone probably told her.

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Necropsy. Autopsy is for humans. Any tests performed post mortum on an animal it's correctly called a necropsy. The more you know!!! :)

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