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neutrophil attacking staph bacteria protecting the human mouth and killing bad microbes in the human body

neutrophil attacking staph bacteria protecting the human mouth and killing bad microbes in the human body. Or does this look like a fish saying, "Blaahh?

Post mortem changes - Tardieu spots in hypostasis

After death, a sequence of changes naturally occurs in the human body. Although these changes proceed in a relatively orderly fashion, a variety of external factors and intrinsic characteristics may accelerate or retard decomposition.

Gunshot wound to the skull - internal beveling on the inner table at the site of a contact entrance wound

Gunshot wound to the skull - internal beveling on the inner table at the site of a contact entrance wound.

Oetzi the Iceman - killed 5,300 years ago - photographed by @robertclarkphoto @thephotosociety (via Instagram.com)

Oetzi the Iceman - killed 5,300 years ago - photographed by @robertclarkphoto @thephotosociety (via Instagram.com)

The Astounding And Horrific World As Seen Under A Microscope More

Real Image of bacteriophage (a virus) via electron microscope. by echkbet > Real or not, this looks amazing.

Human Decomposition, Explored: Texas State University's 'Body Farm' Collects Skeletons For Research

This video of a body farm will make your spine tingle - Definitely not for the faint of heart.

Human Decomposition, Explored: Texas State University's 'Body Farm' Collects Skeletons For Research

This video of a body farm will make your spine tingle - Definitely not for the faint of heart.

This image shows the result of Plastination, a technique or process used in anatomy to preserve bodies or body parts, first developed by Gunther von Hagens in 1977. The water and fat are replaced by certain plastics, yielding specimens that can be touched, do not smell or decay, and even retain most properties of the original sample Image © Susan Mulder The National Museum of Health and Medicine

developed by Gunther von Hagens in Image © Susan Mulder The National Museum of Health and Medicine