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Description Dry w:earwax, typical of Asian and Native Americans. Note that cotton swab is for scale only (compare with Image:earwax on swab.jpg): specimen was actually extracted using a curette-style w:ear pick.
Date 20 December 2007
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Author Kelvinc


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