How do bones decay after death?

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The decaying of a body can take up to one and a half years with incests eating away most of the flesh. Bones almost never decay and pretty much are the only part of the body that remains.
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Bone decay after death in much the same way that anything decays. The cells that make up the bones begin to break down after time. This is known as entropy which is the third law of thermodynamics.
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