Dr. J.Christopher Dudar and student Dennis Flammenbaum at the Elmbank Cemetery excavation on Pearson International Airport, Toronto. Photo credit Bev Gardner, ASI.

Dr. J.Christopher Dudar and student Dennis Flammenbaum at the Elmbank Cemetery excavation on Pearson International Airport, Toronto. Photo credit Bev Gardner, ASI.

Chimpanzee photographed by Iulia Badescu at Ngogo, Kibale National Park, Uganda.

Chimpanzee photographed by Iulia Badescu at Ngogo, Kibale National Park, Uganda.

Chimpanzees photographed by Iulia Badescu at Ngogo, Kibale National Park, Uganda.

Chimpanzees photographed by Iulia Badescu at Ngogo, Kibale National Park, Uganda.

Two skeletons in a single grave at the burial site of a Spanish Civil War field hospital

Two skeletons in a single grave at the burial site of a Spanish Civil War field hospital. Photo credit Kimberly Johnson.

A skeleton prior to being exhumed. The person died in a Spanish Civil War field hospital. The right leg is casted; whereas the left was amputated very shortly before death and shows no signs of healing.

A skeleton prior to being exhumed. The person died in a Spanish Civil War field hospital. The right leg is casted; whereas the left was amputated very shortly before death and shows no signs of healing. Photo credit Derek Congram.

Pronounced dental loss and wear of a person exhumed from a Spanish Civil War prison burial site

Pronounced dental loss and wear of a person exhumed from a Spanish Civil War prison burial site. Photo credit Derek Congram.

Dr. J.Christopher Dudar and student Dennis Flammenbaum at the Elmbank Cemetery excavation on Pearson International Airport, Toronto. Photo credit Bev Gardner, ASI.
Chimpanzee photographed by Iulia Badescu at Ngogo, Kibale National Park, Uganda.
Chimpanzees photographed by Iulia Badescu at Ngogo, Kibale National Park, Uganda.
Two skeletons in a single grave at the burial site of a Spanish Civil War field hospital
A skeleton prior to being exhumed. The person died in a Spanish Civil War field hospital. The right leg is casted; whereas the left was amputated very shortly before death and shows no signs of healing.
Pronounced dental loss and wear of a person exhumed from a Spanish Civil War prison burial site

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