Revealing mistake: Dr. Shannon identifies the skeleton as being a middle-aged male, but the skull is female. A male skull has a more pronounced ridge over the eye orbits, a sloping forehead, a longer mastoid process, and the skull widens at the back, unlike a female's that is more parallel.
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