We've leafed through the pathologist's handbook to piece together some of the
grisliest things your body does as it breaks down to its component slimy bits --
The duration it takes for a dead body to decompose depends on various factors,
any of which may affect the necessary time it takes to break the body down.
Jan 18, 2017 ... The rate of decay within the human body after death is normally split into ... fluids
in the same way as a fruit that has been left too long in the sun. ... As the intestinal
organs decay so too do the liver, kidneys, lungs and brain.
Why do we need embalming? The purpose of embalming is to preserve a dead
human body from natural decomposition and to also restore a natural ...
As others have said, it depends on the environmental factors. If a body is placed
in a coffin and then in a sealed vault (which is usually the case) and then ...
However although embalming slows decomposition it does not stop it indefinitely.
... However if placed in a coffin the body can take many years longer, ...
The first stage of human decomposition is called autolysis, or self-digestion, and
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Oct 31, 2013 ... What role does weather play in the decay of remains? ... All these creatures help
whoever's looking at the body to know how long it's been there (just ... Human
remains, as Wescott mention above, take at least three months.
Aug 14, 2009 ... The process of tissue breakdown may take from several days up to years. At all
stages of decomposition... activity occurs on the body as ...
www.ask.com/youtube?q=How Long Does It Take for a Body to Decompose?&v=v2DJLehDAus
Aug 28, 2014 ... Here are 10 facts about body decomposition. ... When it does occur, it begins
after the organs have started to break down ... The larvae soon emerge and
begin absorbing fluids and, as they mature, take on the fleshy areas.