Bone repatriation poses some problems
"They're grabbing a bag full of bones that may or may not belong to one person," she said."There may be two people mixed in, there may be three people mixed in. They may all belong to one person. So what we did was we got all these fragments together in one place and looked at them as a group to try to see if we could reassemble individuals."
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