The role of hunters in forensic anthropology

A couple days ago, Afarensis shared with us a column in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch of how hunters help find remains of missing persons.

Often hunters, hikers, backpackers and the like are an integral part of forensic anthropology and law enforcement. They are the ones out there, the ones trek in areas that killers hoped would keep secret. Sometimes they find human remains.

In case you didn’t get catch the link the first time, I’m reposting it here because I don’t cover enough forensic anthropology.

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