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How skin grafts work: the slow, painful process of repairing the body's largest organ

The Age Friday, 13 December 2019
Many of the burns victims of the White Island volcano eruption will need skin transplants. Where does this skin come from? And how do transplants work?
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News video: Caterpillar Sheds Skin in Slow Process

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This caterpillar was hanging upside down. It was shedding skin slowly. The skin started coming out of the lower portion of the caterpillar and finally came out of its entire body.

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