After doing cranial anatomy today, I realized that we were unable to retract the frontalis muscle due to the minute sheath; though we were able to retract the scalp to expose the occipitalis.
Successfully, we were able to remove the right eye and related nerves and structures and located the lacrimal glands and adjacent excretory ducts. Though it was rather hard trying to distinguish the lacrimal gland from surrounding adipose tissue, which was rather obtuse throughout the orbital septum
Surgically, it was a success in exposing said structures, though I wish we had more time to separate the frontal bone and the frontalis. And go inside to observe the supraorbital vessels that traverse through the supraorbital notch.
More work for anther day.