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Career Journal Forensic Anthropologist: Questions: Forensic anthropologists work with law enforcement agencies and assist in processing skeletal evidence. They study bones, a field known as osteology, and profile research subjects by gathering information used to determine the individual's age at death, sex and physical condition. Forensic anthropologists may also assist in excavating and relocating human remains, performing dental analysis, determining time of death, assessing trauma to bones and presenting expert testimony in court. They are expected to use scientific standards in their work. I think the most satisfying part of being a Forensic Anthropologist would be uncovering someone's story. It's a job only Forensic Anthropologist’s get to do. Who someone is just by their bones. The most difficult part of this job would be coming up with a conclusion. You have to tell a family that you found their relatives remains. You also have to work knowing that you
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