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Methods in herpetological forensic work — post-mortem techniques

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Post-mortem examination (necropsy) of reptiles and amphibians plays an important part in certain forensic investigations, especially where there is a need for information about the circumstances of death or whether an animal was in poor health, suffered, or was abused during life. Necropsy needs to be carried out properly, following standard protocols and using appropriate equipment. Supporting laboratory tests may be required and it is important that material is maintained, both for production in court and as part of a forensic research and teaching collection.

Affiliations: 1: School of Veterinary Medicine, The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago;, Email: ngagi2@gmail.com

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