Welcome to the Body Farm | Explorer

Francesca Fiorentini goes to the Texas State University Forensic Anthropology Research Facility to see how donated bodies help solve crimes.
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Welcome to the Body Farm | Explorer

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29 thoughts on “Welcome to the Body Farm | Explorer”

  1. the bodies are fake, if they were real everyone around would be either throwing up or gagging uncontrollably from the smells, not many will know what im talking abt

  2. As a child I wanted to do this
    Nothing is impossible ,I wonder why I didn't go for it 🤔 so many options in my face that's the worst part of all
    Beautiful your so lucky ❤️

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