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    Human Autopsy/Disection

    didnt know where else to post this, but i think i stumbled onto something pretty big here.
    there are a ton of photos on here from some science class autopsy on a dead person. I havent gone through it all, but im pretty sure this can be of some use to you anatomy freaks. Some photos are more usefull then others. Also, very good refrences for drawing dead flesh and zombies....

    enjoy


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    Wow. This is great stuff. Thanks for the link!

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    thats a shitload of ref. great work. thank you hayabusa!

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    Thanks a lot for this, dunno when I'll be needing a dead body to look at for ref...but interesting atleast. I actually prefer going to http://ect.downstate.edu/courseware/haonline/index.htm
    and reading the stuff that goes with it. Just the pics got me curious as to what they were pointing at (especially after dozens of pics of the back of the head which never really changed)

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    He's probably frozen or something, the muscles looked dried and fibrous (more like cooked meat than like raw)

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