Why Forensic Entomologists Say Crime-Scene Investigators Should Carry Cans of Tuna

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When fly larvae are collected from a corpse at a crime scene, they still need to eat so they can be raised to adulthood and identified to species. A new study says a simple can of tuna could be an easy and cost-effective solution for keeping the larvae alive until a forensic entomologist can conduct…

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