Curious about what kinds of physical changes happen post mortem? Of greater concern to you is likely how and when you'll shuffle off this mortal coil.

💀 Everything you ever wanted to know about post-death decomposition (“Body Farm”video) 💀

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.

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

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

forensicpink:  A time-lapse study of natural human decomposition. (@ the Body Farm)

Amazing time lapse of human decomposition. This is located on a body farm where all manner of post mortem activities are studied by forensic investigators.

The Freeman Ranch in San Marcos , Texas is home to fields of dead human bodies. Here's why.

Why This Ranch (Legally) Spreads Dead Bodies All Over Its Grounds

This Body Farm is the Creepiest, Grossest thing I've Ever Seen. but it's Doing Something Incredible

Life after death: the science of human decomposition. Two facilities are better than one.

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

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

Life after death: the science of human decomposition | Science | The Guardian

Life after death: the science of human decomposition

The Guardian: Your nose knows death is imminent Losing the sense of smell predicts death within five years, according to new research. By Mo Costandi, Oct.

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