Forensic Anthropology. Forensic Anthropology. Barely 40 years old as a legitimate branch of forensic science. Years ago, anthropologists who studied the corpses and bone fragments of crime scene victims were looked down upon by the peers.
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8. Are there any identifying characteristics, such as old injuries, disease, or unusual features?
9. What was the cause of death?
10. What was the manner of death? (homicide, suicide, accidental, natural, or unknown)
Human bone –vs- Animal bone
Medail and Lateral epicondyles (patellar side)
Human bone thin section
Dinosaur bone thin section
Parts of bone important to know