Chapter 14. Human Remains and Forensic Anthropology. Unit Objectives. distinguish between a female and a male skeleton give an age range after examining unknown skeletal remains describe differences in skull features among the three major racial categories
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Human Remains and Forensic Anthropology
Forensic Anthropology is a type of applied anthropology that specializes in the changes and variations in the human skeleton for the purpose of legal inquiry.
Now, time for a jigsaw activity! You will be teaching yourselves and each other the methods used by forensic anthropologists to identify certain characteristics about human skeletal remains