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Department of Anthropology


Jhazmyne Cattano's bone collection

For those of you who have not met Jhazmyne (or Jhazzy, as she was known here in the Department), she's the daughter of one of our former students, Dr. Christy Kollath-Cattano. Jhazmyne started coming into the department when she was a tiny infant and sometimes we were her babysitters while Christy attended class. She was always fascinated by bones and loved to take some of mine off the shelves and my desk.

Read what she now wants to add to her collection (200 bones at last count).

http://www.postandcourier.com/news/human-skull-wanted-why-a-charleston-resident-posted-this-year/article_94586a38-bc11-11e7-895d-67974e10b47f.html

(Photo shown above by Gregory Yee gyee@postandcourier.com)

More news coverage by Live 5 News: The Lowcountry’s News Leader

http://www.live5news.com/story/36732412/lowcountry-father-places-craigslist-ad-for-human-skull-to-further-daughters-interest?utm_content=buffer16222&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=buffer

 

(Photo from the Live 5 News – no name)