After hiring a science team to study the bones, Jim would eventually rebury them. He asked Diane to make a cast of the skull in order to preserve the information it contained for future research. Diane agreed, but she ignored the “Is He or Isn’t He?” debate. Jesse’s many victims had been dead and buried for more than a century. She felt it was far more important to the families of recent murder victims. —Bone Detective: The Story of Forensic Anthropologist Diane France, Lorraine Jean Hopping Read the passage. Then use the drop-down menus to identify details that you understand Diane France. Which detail tells you that France is focused on her work? Which detail tells you that France is a caring person?