Take a look at these recommended websites:
Written in Bone
The Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History's exhibit on forensic investigation of human skeletons from 17th-Century Chesapeake.
An interactive environment in which to examine and learn about skeletal anatomy through the osteology database. Works well for osteology reference and comparative anatomy.
LibreTexts Interactive Fossils
This site includes skull models of Homo erectus, Homo habilis, Homo habilis II, Homo sapien, Paranthropus boisei, Homo rudolfensis, and Paranthropus aethiopicus.
The Body Farm
Click on the logo to the left for information on University of Tennessee--Knoxville's Forensic Anthropology Center and its body farm.
For more information on body farms and how they work, click here.
The following National Geographic video explores how the body farm allows forensic anthropologist to study human decomposition and the identification of remains. To view, click the video link below to "Watch on YouTube."
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