Carcass

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Carcass or Carcase (both pronounced /'kɑːrkəs/) may refer to:

  • Dressed carcass, the body of a livestock animal ready for butchery, after removal of skin, visceral organs, head, feet etc
  • Animal carcass, the dead body of an animal
  • The structural system or frame of a structure, especially one not normally seen

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