"A large number of body parts may indicate that a powerful explosion took place aboard the plane before it hit the ground," said an Egyptian forensic expert who took part in the examination of the bodies of the A321 crash victims.
According to the expert, a DNA analysis would be needed to identify the victims of the Russian airliner crash in Egypt.
Earlier in the day, members of the investigation committee on the Kogalymavia's flight 9268 catastrophe in Egypt have taken part in a meeting at the crash site. The committee includes experts from Egypt, Russia, France, Germany and Ireland.
According to Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Sisi, the investigation could take several months.