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The skull of the skeleton found at the Grey Friars excavation in Leicester, potentially that of King Richard III.

The skull of the skeleton found at the Grey Friars excavation in Leicester, potentially that of King Richard III.

Richard III was identified by analysing his his curved spine - he was reputed to be hunchback - and the injuries he sustained.

Richard III was identified by analysing his his curved spine - he was reputed to be hunchback - and the injuries he sustained.

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King Richard III's skeleton, including his skull, shown here, was found during an archaeological excavation in Leicester in 2012.

King Richard III's skeleton, including his skull, shown here, was found during an archaeological excavation in Leicester in 2012.

Sir Richard Owen and the extinct giant Moa (flightless bird) from New Zealand.

Sir Richard Owen and the extinct giant Moa (flightless bird) from New Zealand.

Richard III: Facial reconstruction shows how king might have looked - Mirror Online (his sister Anne is my ancestor)

Richard III: Facial reconstruction shows how king might have looked - Mirror Online (his sister Anne is my ancestor)