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Saturday, June 18, 2011


Let's talk about Science. Actually, I was probably in college when I encountered the word mandible as seen in the picture below. This is the lower jaw consisting of a single bone or of completely fused bones. This is one of the bones found of the little Caylee Anthony with a duct tape. It is just sad to note that even though her remains found after 6 months, it was not a whole body. Her tiny decomposed body was tossed in an area where animals thrive, of course the body was eaten by some animals. There was fragments of bones scattered in the area showing that the body was dragged and bones showed bite marks of animals. What a horrendous death she had and she don't deserve it! I really hope there is justice for Caylee!

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