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Forensic evidence. Camera being used to photograph parts of a skeleton and record the evidence. Forensic scientists examine the bones of long-dead or unidentified people to help identify them and determine how they died. Examination of entire or partial skeletons can help identify a body's age, gender, height and sometimes race. Various pieces of measuring equipment are seen, including a ruler (lower left) and two types of calipers (left of skull and below skull). Photographed in Italy.
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