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Dr. Douglas W. Owsley, forensic anthropologist, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution points to a Silicone rubber and Hydrocal Gypsum Cement replicas of the skull and pelvis bone of the Kennewick man. The replicas were on display for a media event with a group of Kennewick Man Taphonomic Teamscientists at the University Towers  Hotel in Seattle Sunday, July 10, 2005. The skull and other bones are at the Burke while research is underway. The Burke Museum has been court-designated as a neutral repository for the human remains commonly known as "Kennewick Man" since October 1998. (P-I Photo/Jim Bryant)