A person who studies the remains of human life is called an archaeologist.
An archaeologist studies the material remains that human presence leaves behind. A zooarchaeologist studies the actual human remains. paleoanthropology
Social Studies is about human beings, their life-styles, their environment, and their past.
life scientist studies about living things for example bird,plant and human being
That would be a paleontologist. Archaeologists study ancient human life, not pre-human life.
Archeology, anthropology, history
Possibly an anthropologist.
A scientist who studies the material remains of past human life.
yes because they are mammals and we are apes in scientific studies it shows that we are apes and if you look at pictures and the studies you will under stand all mammals have the same life cycle as a human because after all we are all mammals.
The answer is Life Science studies living organism like plants,animals,and human being Hope this helped you :)
The branch of science which studies iclude plants, animals, and the human body is life science.
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There is no such specific term for the study of human remains. Forensics do not only cover the examination of human remains (forensic pathology); there are many branches of forensics. Forensic science is the study of human remains.
In the scientific sense, a biologist studies life.
A geographer is a person who studies the arrangement of the world and its countries.A geographer is someone e who studies the earth's physical features. They study the climate and the distribution of plant, animal, and human life.
Anatomy, as this is a study of specious. this can also be about there origins of any form of life mainly Human and Animal life form.
A scientist that studies animal life is a Zoologist.
A microbiologist studies microscopic forms of life.