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Texas University ID's Bodies in Border Region

Holding a human rib bone in her gloved hand, Baylor University Anthropology Professor Lori Baker noted signs of postmortem damage. “This would be indicative of vulture damage,” Baker said to the students working with her on a skeleton found in the lower Rio Grande River valley of Texas, close to the Mexican border.   According to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, more than 6,000 immigrants have died crossing into the United...

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