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the physical frame of a dead person or animal

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the dead body of an animal especially one slaughtered and dressed for food

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Cover the carcasses with fresh sawdust or finished compost.
One day Bartley happened to look into the eight-foot-high vat of water called the chiller," where as many as 10,000 chicken carcasses are left to float, soaking up moisture to increase their selling weight.
The "Market Snapshot Report for Russia - Import, Frozen Beef Whole and Half Carcasses 2004" provides the most detailed and comprehensive foreign trade coverage available from the Russian Federation for this product.
A total of 19 elephants carcasses were recorded with 14 being old while five were very old.
Keener et al reported that carcasses are degraded anaerobically by bacteria inside the carcass and aerobically by bacteria on the outer surface of the carcass [10].
In the carcasses, the following measurements were performed with a tape measure and a caliper (cm), according to the methodology described by YANEZ et al.
Mammalian carcasses are the most well recorded regarding ant foraging, mainly due to the frequent use of pig carcasses in forensic entomology experiments in Brazil, in which the most common genera are Camponotus, Cyphomyrmex, Atta, Strumigeny, Pheidole, Odontomachus (Cruz & Vasconcelos, 2006), Ectatomma (Cruz & Vasconcelos, 2006; Gomes, Gomes, & Desuo, 2009), Pachycondyla (Cruz & Vasconcelos, 2006; Gomes et al.
It is accepted that mutton carcasses are fattier than beef carcasses.
MD Sinha, conservator of forest ( Gurgaon range) said: " Dumping of carcasses in the open cannot be justified by any means.
Adult bobcats were noted to have scavenged on 5% of deer carcasses examined in an Idaho study, compared with 79% of the carcasses which were scavenged by coyotes (Koehler and Hornocker, 1991).
Naturalistic feeding methods, such as the provision of whole carcasses to zoo animals, are potentially controversial because zoo visitors might not approve of them.
Hence, the objective of this study was to characterize arthropods visiting small animal carcasses in a salt marsh habitat in southeastern Florida.
The role of genotype on classification grades of beef carcasses produced under Mexican tropical conditions