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You definitely need to wrap the beak. Definitely a skull that you want to closly monitor because some of the bones are so thin that the beetles...
I absolutely love using beetles. Sooooo much easier for me than boiling.
I would try using a probe and sliding it around the the base. That has always worked for me.
i remember the first time i saw freshly shed larvae...my boyfriend thought they were albinos!
I let my beetles clean sheathed skulls first and then I soak the skull in water. i loosen the sheaths with a probe.
ouch...it hurts my eyes
Good practice abd there are plenty of reference photos for them.
Re: French Bulldog skeleton
I want something to remember her by.
That looks awesome! I'm glad that they could save it. I wonder how long it originally took to complete that, and how long it took to restore it?
I check all roadkill cats and dogs that I find. If the skull is not crunched then I pick the animal up. I found a kitty that someone took out...
That is what I do. I usually let the skulls dry out for a day or two each time that I change the degreasing water. The last thing I need is for...
all of those mounts look really nice!
The beetles will eat it even if it is really rotten, but I would use maceration. Leave a mess like that outside. Rotting brain is the worst...
That axis is awesome!!
he definitely has some nice chompers!
agreed. I like the velvet shreds. It gives that skull more character.
I do the same thing. I do a lot of fishing, so after I fillet the fish I save the body. When I don't have anything to give the bugs I just give...
Looks very nice. Ultra white!
I would definitely keep this skull.
looks pretty good. I never glue the jaws, but that is just me. I like to be able to play with the skull. Some of the teeth are in the wrong...