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Members of the scientific team of Mexican dentist Alejandro Hernandez Cardenas carry a gurney with mummified human corpse to rehydrate it in a special chemical bath in an intent to rehydrate it, at the forensic scientific laboratory of the Attorney General, in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico on March 6, 2013. According to Cardenas, with the procces of his invention, it will be possible to recover certain body marks as fingerprints, tattoos, scars, moles or perforations, which are essential to identify victims of violence found in desert areas. AFP PHOTO/ JESUS ALCAZAR (Photo credit should read Jesus Alcazar/AFP/Getty Images)
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Members of the scientific team of Mexican dentist Alejandro Hernandez Cardenas carry a gurney with mummified human corpse to rehydrate it in a special chemical bath in an intent to rehydrate it, at the forensic scientific laboratory of the Attorney General, in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico on March 6, 2013. According to Cardenas, with the procces of his invention, it will be possible to recover certain body marks as fingerprints, tattoos, scars, moles or perforations, which are essential to identify victims of violence found in desert areas. AFP PHOTO/ JESUS ALCAZAR (Photo credit should read Jesus Alcazar/AFP/Getty Images)
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