Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Facial Reconstruction

Process of utilizing a skull or cast and applying simulated soft tissues to approximate the appearance of an individual, e.g. what a living member of a fossil species may have looked like, or, in forensic anthropology, as a possible aid in the identification of an individual. Aka facial approximation, facial reproduction (medicine).

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