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Canyon Del Oro High School forensics class student Joelle Stack takes a closer look at the remains of a body at the Pima County Medical Examiner’s Office.
Canyon Del Oro High School forensics class students Joelle Stack, left, Abby Fife, middle, and Mikaela Cleland, right, look over the remains of a woman at the Pima County Medical Examiner’s Office last week. The class took a tour of the office for some real-world experience and to prepare for their state competition next month.
The remains of a young man that were found in the desert, most likely that of a person who crossed into the country illegally, were displayed for the CDO forensics class.
Alejandra Sosa, right, Marisa Lind, middle, and Cheyenne Sanchez, left, are shown a cross-section of a human heart.
Canyon Del Oro forensics students look over the remains of a young man that was found in the desert.
Students from Canyon Del Oro High School learn about the inner-workings of the Pima County Medical Examiner’s Office.
Forensic Anthropologist Dr. Angela Soler speaks to a group of CDO forensics students about her job at the Pima County Medical Examiner’s Office.
Students were shown human organs that were both healthy and unhealthy.
Canyon Del Oro forensics students watch a slideshow at the Pima County Medical Examiners office. The current slide shows a skull with bullet fragments scattered throughout.