Kusozu: the death of a noble lady and the decay of her body, panel 6 of 9. Decomposition continues with the help of scavengers.
Curious about what kinds of physical changes happen post mortem? The video below will fill in many blanks. Of greater concern to you is likely how and when you'll shuffle off this mortal coil. Natu...
New narrative still life paintings and drawings by graphic artist David Cahill. Check out more images at his portfolio website crunchypencil.com
Juana Gomez - Embroidery
forensicpink: A time-lapse study of natural human decomposition. (@ the Body Farm)
What happens to your body when you die (via Tech Insider)
A rotting human corpse is the cornerstone of a complex ecosystem, a better understanding of which could have direct applications in forensic science
Human decomposition stain left on a mattress. You can vaguely make out the shape of the head and upper body.
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 | Medical Museums Worldwide Discovery