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13 June, 03:17

Forensic anthropologists are most likely to come from what branch of anthropology?

A. Ethnology B. Linguistics C. Archaology D. Biological anthropology

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  1. 13 June, 04:26
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    D. Biological anthropology

    Explanation:

    Forensic anthropology is a special sub-field of physical or biological anthropology (the study of human remains) that involves applying skeletal analysis and techniques in archaeology to solving criminal cases.

    Forensic anthropology was seen as "the branch of physical anthropology which, for forensic purposes deals with the identification of more or less skeleton remains known to be, or suspected of being human."

    Forensic anthropology applies the science of physical or biological anthropology to the legal process. It involves the controlled collection of human remains.
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