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The human remains found in a marshy Florida reserve during the FBI search for fugitive Brian Laundrie may prove to be a challenge for coroners trying to ID them.

“I walk there all the time and there won’t be much of the remains left,” John Widmann, who lives about a mile from the 25,000-acre Carlton Reserve, where the remains were found early Wednesday, told The Post.

The article goes on to state the following:

The FBI said the unidentified human remains, along with a backpack and notebook belonging to Laundrie, were found near a bridge linking the Carlton Reserve with the Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park, where Laundrie allegedly went hiking on Sept. 13.

“There’s alligators, but the worst thing are the wild pigs,” Widmann told the outlet. “They’re evil animals and will eat anything. Any flesh out in the open will not be wasted.”

“There won’t be much for the coroner to work on. Nature doesn’t waste anything,” he added.

According to NewsNationNow correspondent Brian Entin, the remains that were discovered were skeletal.

Jayne Kornburger, another local of the area, claimed to be worried that the scene was disturbed by hikers.

“There were scores of local people here yesterday because it was the first day the park opened since the first search,” Kornburger said, according to the report. “What if those people had innocently disturbed evidence? How did police miss evidence during the first search?”

Kornburger also called the Laundrie family’s behavior into question.

“The Laundrie family has been appalling in their behavior,” she said. “They should have been telling everything they knew to detectives from the first second and they should have been out every day searching for their son. Local people are appalled by how they behaved.”

Authorities have yet to identify the remains found at the Florida reserve, but did confirm that the conditions in which they were found were ‘treacherous’ and surrounded by ‘rattlesnakes, moccasins, alligators.”

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