Bog Body

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A human body which has been partially preserved by the acidic water of bogs and marshes
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This man may have been in a bog burial somewhere on the coast - similar to the skeleton on display in the museum at Hartlepool.
Remarks: a bog burial, with associated late glacial vegetation.
Remarks: presumably a bog burial as the bone was said to have come from "pear" (personal communication by L.
The specimens came from a shelly marl, thus a bog burial is probably represented.
Remarks: remains found in "muck," so it is assumed to have been a bog burial.
Michigan late Pleistocene bog burial sites significantly lack the faunal diversity of similar sites in Ohio and Indiana for reasons not presently understood.