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Adipocere, also known as grave wax or corpse wax, is a greasy or waxy substance that's made of decomposing fat. Its production is known as saponification and results when a body is oxygen-free, warm, and moist with certain bacteria present. 01:56
Eyeballs deflate when you die. Some medical examiners measure this deflation to estimate how long ago a corpse died. 03:08
A dead body changes colors as bacteria feed on its insides, first to green, then purple, then black. 05:20