Hair analysis

Hair can be important physical evidence at a crime scene. Hair normally falls from the body over the course of a day. It will stick to a number of materials, especially fabric and clothing. Hair is not easily destroyed, even with exposure to moisture and decomposition of accompanying tissue. There are three types of hair usually seen in animals: Vibrissa. These are the whiskers of many animals. They are normally tactile and sensitive, such as the whiskers on a cat. Bristle. This is the coarse bristle that provides an animal with a protective coat. These guard hairs can readily be identified by their distinctive appearance and morphology between various animal families. Wool. Wool or fur prov

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