At the Crime Scene!: Collecting Clues and Evidence
A bloody fingerprint, a footprint in the mud, insect larvae, all of these are clues that help forensic scientists figure out what happened at a crime scene. Readers will discover how crime scene investigators examine everything at a crime scene, and how they preserve evidence. Readers will also be able to participate in a variety of hands-on activities.
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