A presentation on the study of:
Zombie Anatomy & Necro-Mortosis
Written and Presented by: Casey Miller DTE1211
 Type A blood borne pathogen

usually transmitted by open wounds
or bites.
 The virus consists of 7 types of

proteins t...
 This blood borne pathogen effects
 Humans

 Mass majority of Animals

(usually larger / sturdier)
 {Usually Dog’s to ...
As many people had come to believe, ZOMBIES
will only target BRAINS. This is FALSE, as
majority of the body & brain of the...
Rigor Mortis is a condition of the bodily muscles
tightening up in a locking position, usually very painful
if the conditi...
 Decay of the flesh
 Usually torn off the

body, exposing muscles and
bone.
 Any missing body
limbs, usually as in torn...
 Voices
 Due to mass majority of the body and

brain being dead the vocal cords do not
function anymore so a zombie can ...
Bites usually closer to the heart or a major
artery are more likely to effect infection
time. If a bite is on a arm or leg...
 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rigor_mortis
 http://www.The Everything Guide to Zombies - Two Neuroscientists

Explain t...
Anntomy & Physiology of Zombies
Anntomy & Physiology of Zombies
Anntomy & Physiology of Zombies
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Anntomy & Physiology of Zombies

  1. 1. A presentation on the study of: Zombie Anatomy & Necro-Mortosis Written and Presented by: Casey Miller DTE1211
  2. 2.  Type A blood borne pathogen usually transmitted by open wounds or bites.  The virus consists of 7 types of proteins that are key for the virus to spread.  All major organs of the body fails but the brain remains active, running off of primitive needs.  Common symptoms include:  Cold / Flu type symptoms  Coma / Sleepiness  Death to Reanimation
  3. 3.  This blood borne pathogen effects  Humans  Mass majority of Animals (usually larger / sturdier)  {Usually Dog’s to Deer & Bear } As far as researcher’s know the virus is not transmittable through the air. Also there is NO known cure for the Necro-Mortosis disease other than immediate amputation to the infected area or termination of the patient. http://www.zombieworldnews.com/archives/science/world_health_authority/wha_necro_mortosis.htm
  4. 4. As many people had come to believe, ZOMBIES will only target BRAINS. This is FALSE, as majority of the body & brain of the infected subject has died and began to decay some key locations stay alive through the process of reanimation.  The Parietal Lobe (1.)    Key location for sensory nerve endings for: Sight, Hearing & Smell Zombies have the ability to fixate on it’s pray tightly, BUT if you can distract it well enough it may loose track of you entirely.  The Cerebellum (2.)  Zombies are like drunks, except these drunks can bite and / or kill you, either turning you into their lunch or turn you into a member of the living dead.  The Hypothalamus (3.)   Key location of the hunger drive, or the location of the most primitive need: TO EAT The need to eat is not limited to the brain, a zombie is usually after generally any raw meat that is still living, human or animal.  Key location to destroy a zombie brain is usually behind the neck at the spinal column, but a direct blow to between the eyes will send a shot straight to the hypothalamus, thus rendering a zombie “brain dead” which is a key location right above the brain stem http://www.The Everything Guide to Zombies - Two Neuroscientists Explain the Zombie Brain at Work -- New York Magazine.html
  5. 5. Rigor Mortis is a condition of the bodily muscles tightening up in a locking position, usually very painful if the condition would effect a living person. starts about 3 to 4 hours after death and accumulates over 12 hours to peak effectiveness. dissipates over a period of 60 to 72 hours. Rigor Mortis effects:  All joint locations in the body, greatly effecting mobility of a fresh zombie. ~ During this time period it would be recommended for a well protected person equipped with the knowledge and tools of how to dispose of a zombie would be advised to take action. { Rigor = Stiffness / Mortis = Death} ( Reference: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rigor_mortis )
  6. 6.  Decay of the flesh  Usually torn off the body, exposing muscles and bone.  Any missing body limbs, usually as in torn off, not in a form of amputation means.  Sickly skin colors  Look for dead skin coloration, or dark veins, usually any indication of dead skin cells or dark almost black blood  Maggot’s & Flesh Flies  Depending on the decay of the body, a sickly sweet smell or the presence of maggot’s or flesh flies is usually a dead give away of the re-animated.  Abnormal Eye’s  Large area of broken blood vessels  Cataract’s type glazing over the pupil
  7. 7.  Voices  Due to mass majority of the body and brain being dead the vocal cords do not function anymore so a zombie can only give off deathly gargled groans.  Clothing  Sometimes torn and bloody, if it looked like it died in it, it probably did.  Movement  Staggering and suffering from rigor mortis are usually a common sight  Crippled or gravely injured Reminder: Always use your brain wisely, think things clearly and with extreme caution, use it before they get to it. You may not have a second chance at survival.
  8. 8. Bites usually closer to the heart or a major artery are more likely to effect infection time. If a bite is on a arm or leg, amputation and cauterizing of the infected area is best recommended for a quick fix but not always the RIGHT answer.
  9. 9.  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rigor_mortis  http://www.The Everything Guide to Zombies - Two Neuroscientists Explain the Zombie Brain at Work -- New York Magazine.html  http://www.zombieworldnews.com/archives/science/world_health_au thority/wha_necro_mortosis.html  The How to Survive a Zombie Apocalypse Guide (Complete Protection from the Living Dead) written by: Max Brooks

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