human decomposition, amazing what these shells become....isn't it.

human decomposition, amazing what these shells become....isn't it.

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A rotting human corpse is the cornerstone of a complex ecosystem, a better understanding of which could have direct applications in forensic science

A rotting human corpse is the cornerstone of a complex ecosystem, a better understanding of which could have direct applications in forensic science

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Curious about what kinds of physical changes happen post mortem? The video below will fill in many blanks. Of greater concern to you is likely how and when you'll shuffle off this mortal coil. Natu...

Curious about what kinds of physical changes happen post mortem? The video below will fill in many blanks. Of greater concern to you is likely how and when you'll shuffle off this mortal coil. Natu...

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Kusozu: the death of a noble lady and the decay of her body, panel 6 of 9. Decomposition continues with the help of scavengers.

Kusozu: the death of a noble lady and the decay of her body, panel 6 of 9. Decomposition continues with the help of scavengers.

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"Marbling" part of the putrefaction stage of human decomposition can be seen here above

"Marbling" part of the putrefaction stage of human decomposition can be seen here above

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The Freeman Ranch in San Marcos , Texas is home to fields of dead human bodies. Here's why.

The Freeman Ranch in San Marcos , Texas is home to fields of dead human bodies. Here's why.

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The Body Farm. Calling William K. Bass's center for forensic observation a "farm" is, in a lot of ways a bit of a misnomer. Rather than growing any particular product, this farm is focused on how organic materials break down and decompose. Specifically, human cadavers.Behind the University of Tennessee, a little outside of Knoxville, there's a 2.5 acre plot of land surrounded by a razor wire fence. This is the body farm, where forensic scientists and researchers learn about human…

The Body Farm. Calling William K. Bass's center for forensic observation a "farm" is, in a lot of ways a bit of a misnomer. Rather than growing any particular product, this farm is focused on how organic materials break down and decompose. Specifically, human cadavers.Behind the University of Tennessee, a little outside of Knoxville, there's a 2.5 acre plot of land surrounded by a razor wire fence. This is the body farm, where forensic scientists and researchers learn about human…

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The Forensic Anthropology Center, University of Tennessee specializes in research directed to human identification and human taphonomy, service to law enforcement in recovery and identification of human remains, and education of law enforcement in areas pertaining to recovery of human remains. It is perhaps best know for its work in human decomposition research, work that has provided many new insights into the nature of human decomposition and its use in 'time since death' estimation.

The Forensic Anthropology Center, University of Tennessee specializes in research directed to human identification and human taphonomy, service to law enforcement in recovery and identification of human remains, and education of law enforcement in areas pertaining to recovery of human remains. It is perhaps best know for its work in human decomposition research, work that has provided many new insights into the nature of human decomposition and its use in 'time since death' estimation.

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Life after death: the science of human decomposition. Two facilities are better than one.

Life after death: the science of human decomposition. Two facilities are better than one.

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