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I'd say that it would be a femur (upper leg) bone. What it's from, though; I have no idea...
Hope this helps.
Holy hell! That looks amazing :eek:
Merry Christmas everyone!
Work in Progress: Jackson's Chameleon skull, with native wildflowers
Work in progress: Red Fox and Grey Fox skulls, with native wildflowers
Quick sketches of Rat and House Finch skulls
Helmeted Hornbill Skull
Grey Fox Skull
My second Rat skull.
Current project: Attempting to make jewelry out of bones (I'll let you know how it turns out...)
Ah, that's probably why it started to burn; I use 9% hydrogen peroxide at the highest, just to be on the safe side. I'll refer you to this post...
Glad you were able to stop it before it spread! I'm guessing that Baquacil is a brand of hydrogen peroxide, right? If so, what percentage was it?
Hey! My best guess would be the Furniture Beetle. Which according to my guidebooks, is commonly found in houses. Could you give us some...
Thanks again, Seawolf!
Hey, me again. Got another question:
How do you preserve a beak sheath?
So, I've got this pigeon skull and the beak sheaths have fallen off...
Unidentified bird skull. Found on 23/04/2019.
Currently working on cleaning another rat skull.
Thanks again, Seawolf! Yes, the incisors on my rat do look exactly like the teeth in the post you shared. It is just the incisors that are black.
Hey again! So, I've got another question to ask...
I've gone and found another dead rat and during cleaning, I've found that all its incisor...
That looks amazing. Congratulations!
Hi! Thanks for the tip, much appreciated.