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On Tuesday (8/1) visitors can try their hand at unraveling a "crime" scene at the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History: "A group of hikers stumbled across what looks like human remains. Have they found a crime scene or could there be another explanation? During this drop-in program, visitors will examine real human bones, objects and artifacts using the forensic tools and techniques of Smithsonian scientists to determine age, sex, time since death, and maybe even cause of death." Free; in the Q?rius lab on the lower level of the museum; no reservations required; recommended for ages 10 and up. naturalhistory.si.edu/calEvents/#/?i=1
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