05 Nov Corpses Are More Lively Than Expected?
Aer death, the body undergoes Cadaveric spasm movements. These movements are expected in early stages of a corpse. Some of the factors that cause the movements are, geographical locations where the body was found, seasons, and fat content, etc. There are also factors that speed up the rate of post-mortem changes, such as, open injuries or infections and hot or humid weather, etc. However, according to some new research it has been discovered that, the corpse still moves aer it is buried for more than a year. Aer using time-lapse cameras to film decomposing corpses for 30 minutes during the day. Researchers at an Australian Facility for Taphonomic Experimental Research (AFTER), discovered the entire time, the body continued to move. To find out more about this shocking information, click the link. https://www.sciencealert.com/the-writhing