Bugs – entomology – role of insects, TOD, collection and identity. By: Zakiya & Ilexuz. DID YOU KNOW?!. Bugs are everywhere and are used for a lot of things, but did you know they can also help scientists figure out who hit you in the head and knocked you out permanently!.
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In Oahu, Hawaii skeleton remains were found in a shallow grave covered in dirt with bones partially exposed from the ground. The Skull facing upward and lower jaw located a meter from the skull …. Click link to read more.
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