Cat Videos Biography
Dr. Byrd is a board certified forensic entomologist and diplomate of the American Board of Forensic Entomology. At the University of Florida, he instructs courses in forensic science at the University of Florida’s nationally recognized Hume Honors College. He served for over a decade as a faculty member of the Virginia Institute of Forensic Science and Medicine.
Outside of academics, Dr. Byrd serves within the National Disaster Medical System, Disaster Mortuary Operational Response Team, Region IV. He also serves as the logistics chief for the Florida Emergency Mortuary Operations Response System.
Dr. Byrd has combined his formal academic training in Entomology and Forensic Science to serve as a consultant and educator in both criminal and civil legal investigations throughout the United States and internationally. He specializes in the education of law enforcement officials, medical examiners, coroners, attorneys, and other death investigators on the use and applicability of arthropods in legal investigations.
ASPCA Forensic Analyst
Amanda Fitch responds to scenes of animal cruelty, provides educational presentations on crime scene processing and conducts research. She earned a Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology from the University of Florida and a Master’s degree in Forensic Science from the University of Central Oklahoma.
Gerbil, gerbil, on the run
in your wheel, that looks like fun.
You must be in awesome shape.
Are you trying to escape?
Is that why you dug a hole?
Where'd you get that vaulting pole?
That looks like my grappling hook.
Give me back that rope you took.
Tell me what that ladder's for.
Why's that hacksaw on the floor?
Are those cable cutters there?
Do I see a signal flare?
Crowbar, blowtorch, chainsaw too?
What do you expect to do?
How'd you get that fuse to light?
Hey! That looks like dynamite!
Quick! Get out! It might explode!
Scram! Skedaddle! Hit the road!
Man, I'll miss you. You were fun.
Gerbil, gerbil, on the run.