"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

Photographs from the World’s Largest Human Decomposition Center

Photographs from the World’s Largest Human Decomposition Center

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.

Life after death: the science of human decomposition

Life after death: the science of human decomposition

Life after death: the science of human decomposition Far from being dead, a rotting human corpse is the cornerstone of a complex ecosystem. A better understanding of this ecosystem could have direct applications in forensic science

National Museum of Health and Medicine (NMHM): Medical Museum Science Café: Bugs, Bones and Dirt: Human Decomposition Ecology and Postmortem Microbiology

National Museum of Health and Medicine (NMHM): Medical Museum Science Café: Bugs, Bones and Dirt: Human Decomposition Ecology and Postmortem Microbiology

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Life after death: the science of human decomposition

Life after death: the science of human decomposition

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

People are dumping corpses in the high desert of western Colorado. But those unloading bodies aren't criminal masterminds. They're scientists. And out here, the usual rules of human decay don't apply.

To Solve Gruesome Desert Mysteries, Scientists Become Body Collectors

People are dumping corpses in the high desert of western Colorado. But those unloading bodies aren't criminal masterminds. They're scientists. And out here, the usual rules of human decay don't apply.

From left, Texas State University Students Shelby Garza, Audrey Schaefer, and Kari Helgeson remove an unidentified victim’s remains from a grave in Falfurrias, Texas, on January 5, 2017 as part of Operation Identification (OpID), an initiative to identify and repatriate the remains of suspected migrants recovered along the U.S.-Mexico border.

In Texas, the Bodies of Migrants Who Perished in the Desert Provide Clues to the Living

From left, Texas State University Students Shelby Garza, Audrey Schaefer, and Kari Helgeson remove an unidentified victim’s remains from a grave in Falfurrias, Texas, on January 5, 2017 as part of Operation Identification (OpID), an initiative to identify and repatriate the remains of suspected migrants recovered along the U.S.-Mexico border.

This is a human decomposition stain left on a mattress. You can vaguely make out the shape of the head and upper body. ∞

This is a human decomposition stain left on a mattress. You can vaguely make out the shape of the head and upper body. ∞

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