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CSI: UVic Lillian Smith, left, a 17-year-old Edward Milne high school student, takes photos of evidence found by 14-year-old Reynolds secondary school’s Brenden Liudzius while 15-year-old Esquimalt secondary school’s Toby Murray looks on from behind. About 40 high school students spent time investigating a mock crime scene, sifting through soil and leaves searching for evidence related to forensic anthropology. Let’s Talk Science, a national organization that supports educators in teaching science to youth, hosted Forensic Anthropology Day on Saturday in collaboration with the University of Victoria’s Department of Anthropology. - Sharon Tiffin/News staff
CSI: UVic Lillian Smith, left, a 17-year-old Edward Milne high school student, takes photos of evidence found by 14-year-old Reynolds secondary school’s Brenden Liudzius while 15-year-old Esquimalt secondary school’s Toby Murray looks on from behind. About 40 high school students spent time investigating a mock crime scene, sifting through soil and leaves searching for evidence related to forensic anthropology. Let’s Talk Science, a national organization that supports educators in teaching science to youth, hosted Forensic Anthropology Day on Saturday in collaboration with the University of Victoria’s Department of Anthropology.
— image credit: Sharon Tiffin/News staff

About 40 high school students spent time investigating a mock crime scene, sifting through soil and leaves searching for evidence related to forensic anthropology. Let’s Talk Science, a national organization that supports educators in teaching science to youth, hosted Forensic Anthropology Day on Saturday in collaboration with the University of Victoria’s Department of Anthropology.

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