How a Person Is Cremated?

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During cremation, a body is checked to make sure that it doesn’t have harmful substances to the oven. It is then placed in a box preferably wood or cardboard which is then placed in the oven where the body is incinerated. The bone matter that remains is pulverised by a cremulator.
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