Hey guys, Ive been very interested in taxidermy for a long time while doing all these skeleton articulation. I was given 3 dead snakes last week, a baby blood python, adult ball python, and a viper. I have read Kerby's thread about the Gaboon viper and have learned a lot from it. I practiced skinning the taxidermy way with the blood python as the skin has many holes from ants and had a hard time skinning the fore head, any tips on this? I also practice creating a mould with my sugar glider skull and was quite successful, and when I come to think of it, would this method work on snake skulls? because i've noticed plaster adhering to some parts of the skull and snake skulls are "disarticulated" in nature. and also are there any homemade tanning solution for snakes? I tried glycerin and alcohol in making reptile skin pendants but I dont think they work in taxidermy. I live in a 3rd world country where tanning solutions, expanding foam, and other chemicals are very very hard to find. Taxidermy here is just basically injecting with formalin.