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Welcome to Embalming 101 | Nationwide Geographic



Visit the oldest embalming school in the United States to see how corpses are preserved.
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  1. how is embalming unnatural in many cultures? It's been around for century's. didn't the achent Egyptians do this to there kings. it's a sign of respect to morn the person who once carried that body. all cultures should do this for a short time to morn a familer face in memory of the soul.

  2. Embalming doesn't preserve a body forever.. everybody rots eventually..and depending upon how you're buried mausoleum results in a soupy corpse if the mausoleum isn't vented and drained properly and ground burial would depend on type of casket and vault or lack there of..if it's a wicker basket or wood these will eventually rot too and the metal one's rust out at the bottom as the body decomposes so if the casket was in a vault then that would be contained in the vault not leaking out into the ground

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