I recently had a pet rat pass and I plan on articulating her skeleton so its really important that I recover every single bone, tooth and nail. This will be my first articulation. I've done burials and maceration in the past but both were extremley slow and nasty and some of the really tiny bones were lost. I have to decide what to do pretty soon as freezing is not an option. I have a colony of Dermestid beetles that are thriving but this will be their first real job. Is throwing a fresh body with hair and skin still intact a good idea? Is it a problem if the carcass begins to rot? (By that I mean is it a problem for the beetles, smell isn't really much of a concern) Thanks.